NuoDB 2.6 Delivers Elastic SQL Database for Scaling On-Demand Cloud Applications

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “NuoDB, the elastic SQL database company for cloud applications, today released NuoDB 2.6 to enable customers to elastically scale out their modern cloud applications as part of their digital transformation efforts. With formal support for active-active database deployments across Amazon Web Services (AWS) Availability Zones, NuoDB 2.6 enables organizations to maximize their AWS investments including better availability, utilization, performance, and resiliency. NuoDB 2.6 also introduces table partitions and storage groups to efficiently improve performance, helping organizations improve customer satisfaction, reduce total cost of ownership, and provide a foundation for future growth. In addition, organizations migrating off of traditional relational databases can capitalize on NuoDB 2.6’s extensive SQL compatibility to reduce the complexity, cost, effort, and time typically required from database migration.”

The release continues, “NuoDB 2.6 natively supports active-active deployment across AWS availability zones, making it easy and cost-effective for customers to eliminate downtime from outages while seamlessly serving higher volumes of customers. Specifically, NuoDB 2.6: Does not require additional software (unlike other active-active databases); Supports both read and write access from multiple hosts; Maintains ACID compliance. Customers can therefore maximize availability and performance of their applications while also optimizing AWS infrastructure utilization and guarding against process, server, and data center failures.”

Read more at Marketwired.

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