I am very excited to announce first on this blog about the release of NuoDB Blackbirds (NuoDB Release 2.0). NuoDB is my favorite application to work with data now a days. They are increasingly gaining market share as well as brining out new features with their every new release. I was very excited when I learned that NuoDB is releasing their flagship release of 2.0 on October 16, 2013. Interesting enough I will be in USA while this release happens and I will be watching it live during my day time. Even though if I had to stay up the entire night to just watch this release, I would do it.
Here is the details of the announcements:
Introducing NuoDB Blackbirds: THE Distributed Database
Date: October 16, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM EDT
What is the best DBMS architecture to handle today’s and tomorrow’s evolving needs? The days of shared disk are over. The times are “a-changin” and IT infrastructure has to change with them.
Join NuoDB live for the introduction of our latest major product release, NuoDB Blackbirds, and take a look at why the NuoDB distributed database architecture is the only answer for customers like Fathom Voice, a leading provider of Voice Over IP (VoIP).
NuoDB CEO, Barry Morris, welcomes Cameron Weeks, CEO of Fathom Voice to discuss how his company is using DBMS to break away from the pack and become the hottest player in VoIP. The webcast will include demonstrations of a single, logical database running in multiple geographies and a live Q&A.
If due to any reason, you cannot watch it live, do not worry at all, just register at this Registration Link, as after the event you will get the link to watch the event on-demand. You can watch the launch event at any time if you have registered for the launch.
Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)
Good Pinal. All the Best for your new endeavour :)
It is not my new endeavor. It is NuoDB organization announcing this exciting product and I will be watching the release live.
Regarding job, I am happy where I work and going to continue here for a long time.
Just decided to post it to avoid confusion.
Thank you very much Pinal. It avoided my confusion as well :)
Pinal – why not have a pluralsight coursware on “Getting Started with nuoDB” and based upon the response have the next series of courseware that would address the advance concepts of nuoDB.
N.B.: I have not developed any POC/sample application in nuoDB. but I do find it conceptually very interesting, and maybe even try something hands-on soon. I am more of Engg-Manager and have been reading/following about nuoDB from Mar-2013.