By Michael Schulman-Oracle on Jul 18, 2016
We have updated the information on Oracle NoSQL Database on the DB Engines web site. Take a look at: http://db-engines.com/en/system/Oracle+NoSQL
Oracle's SPARC S7-2 server delivered 341 Kops/sec on 300 million records for the Yahoo Cloud Serving Benchmark (YCSB) running a 95% read, 5% update workload using Oracle NoSQL Database 4.0. NoSQL is important for Big Data Analysis and for Cloud Computing.
The SPARC S7-2 server was 1.9 times faster per core than a two-chip x86 E5-2699 v4 server running YCSB with a 95% read, 5% update workload.
Read about the details at: https://blogs.oracle.com/BestPerf/entry/20160629_nosql_sparc_s7_2
View this video to see how failover works in Oracle NoSQL Database. This is fairly short and explains what to do if some of your servers go down. An excellent video.
Take a look at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aTpIWIQR-M
Dont forget to frequently our main Oracle NoSQL Database page - http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/database-technologies/nosqldb/overview/index.html?ssSourceSiteId=ocomen
Join our LinkedIn Group at: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4147754
Oracle NoSQL Database 4.0 is now released and available for download from the Oracle Technology Network download pages.
Oracle NoSQL Database Version 4.0 – New Features
· Full text search – Ability to perform full text searches over the data using Elastic Search.
· Time-To-Live – efficient aging out of “expired” data – This is a common IoT requirement.
· SQL Query – Declarative query language for developers more comfortable with SQL than API level access.
· Predicate Pushdown – ability to process predicates from Big Data SQL in NoSQL Database nodes – This leads to improved performance and scalability.
· Import/Export – Easy to backup/restore data or move data between different Oracle NoSQL Database stores
Oracle NoSQL Database continues to enable innovative applications that require very fast access to data and flexible interfaces.
· Integrated – Connect with many other Oracle products for a complete, productive environment.
· Fast – Utilizes parallelism at a number of levels
· Flexible – Flexible schema, is not predefined
· Simple to implement – Setup, Admin and Integration is straightforward.
· Reliable – built-in data replication and HA support for availability and business continuity.
· Scalable – Add more servers to handle more data and throughput with zero down-time.
Learn More About Oracle NoSQL Database:
LinkedIn Group – https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4147754
Twitter – @OracelNoSQL
We have received a number of questions about the Oracle NoSQL Database licensing policy, so we wanted to clear things up.
Oracle NoSQL Database consists of two versions, each with a client and server license. The two versions of the distribution are commonly referred to as the Community Edition (CE) and the Enterprise Edition (EE). Each version contains a client license (where the application runs) and the server license (where the application data is stored).
Enterprise Edition (EE):
Community Edition (CE):
Apache License – The details can be found at: http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.txt.
GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) Version 3 – Details on this license can be found at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/database-technologies/nosqldb/documentation/nosql-db-agpl-license-1432845.txt
Take a look at this article, where Charles Pack of CSX Technologies talks about the benefits of using Oracle NoSQL Database for Oracle RDBMS DBA's. Read the story HERE.
Oracle will be presenting on Oracle NoSQL Database at The Developers Conference - Florianopolis Edition on Friday, May 13 at 11:00 (local time). More information can be found at:
We will discuss the latest features that have been added to Oracle NoSQL Database and how they simplify NoSQL application development and management of production application deployments. Hear about specific real-world use cases and how customers are using Oracle NoSQL Database to address application scalability, performance, reliability, and flexibility challenges. This session also discusses Oracle NoSQL Database deployment options—both on-premise and in the cloud. Programming examples will be included on how to optimize and utilize Oracle NoSQL Database to its maximum potential.
If you are attending the conference, dont miss this technical discussion about the Oracle NoSQL Database.
If you have a great story or solution that includes Oracle NoSQL Database and want to talk about it, please submit at:
Closes on May 9, 2016
The call for proposals for Oracle Open World 2016 is open. Please submit your proposals by May 9, 2016. The proposal web site is:
Submit if you have an interesting use of Oracle NoSQL Database to talk about.
Andrew Cobley from The Register writes about Graph Databases and NoSQL. Take a look at: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/03/29/in_defense_of_graph_databases/ . In the article, he does refer to Oracle NoSQL Database. "Oracle's NoSQL goes further, storing JSON or name value pairs across a sharded, shared nothing system."
Take a look at the article.
Highly distributed systems with large data stores in the form of NoSQL databases are becoming increasingly important to enterprises, not just to hyperscale organizations. NoSQL databases are being deployed for capturing patient sensors data in health care, smart meter analysis in utilities, customer sentiment analysis in retail, and various other use cases in different industries. NoSQL database systems help organizations store, manage, and analyze huge amounts of data on distributed system architecture. The sheer volume of data and the distributed system design needed to manage this large data at a reasonable cost necessitated a different category of database systems, leading to NoSQL databases. Oracle NoSQL Database is part of the NoSQL database family and is based on a distributed, key-value architecture.
This technical white paper describes a three-node Oracle NoSQL Database Cluster deployment procedure on Fusion ioMemory™ storage. The following points are emphasized:
Chris Eastland has done some tests on the Oracle NoSQL Database Bulk Put API and has shown some excellent results. Take a look at the following blog:
Here is a summary of some results., but it is important to read the blog.
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