How NuoDB Divides Data Elements Into Software Atoms

NuoDB is a DBMS that was designed to be positioned in the “Cloud”. NuoDB works by dividing data elements into software objects referred to as atoms. NuoDB was built around a Durable Distributed Cache design which uses a set of in-memory caches to support the flexibility of the “Cloud” while also ensuring that the data objects be safely stored, as well as preserved. This also supports multi-version concurrency control, or MVCC, that detects Data Deadlocks and resolves any access conflicts. On top of that, it employs object-oriented elements as well as a peer-to-peer communication format. NuoDB was founded in 2008 and is located in Cambridge, MA. Its technology is used by Dassault Systemes, Kodiak, Alfa Systems and UAE Exchange. NuoDB supports the past, works well for the present and it prepares for the future of technology. NuoDB makes sure that its customers no longer have to compromise anymore by making sure that you get all the benefits you need in one program. With NuoDB you get many benefits including; On-Demand Scale Out that you can’t achieve with traditional database, SQL Data Management in the database layer unlike NoSQL, Reliability and Performance along with Elasticity unlike NewSQL and Flexibility for Hybrid as well as Multiple or Flexible Cloud Deployment without a lock-in unlike other cloud databases.

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