Oracle NoSQL Database

Today at Oracle OpenWorld, we are announcing Oracle NoSQL Database.  From the datasheet:

Oracle NoSQL Database provides network-accessible multi-terabyte distributed key/value pair storage that offers predictable latency. That is, it services network requests to store and retrieve data which is organized into key-value pairs. It offers full Create, Read, Update and Delete (CRUD) operations, with adjustable durability guarantees.  Oracle NoSQL Database is designed to be a highly available and extremely scalable system, with predictable levels of throughput and latency, while requiring minimal administrative interaction.

My colleagues and I have been working hard to bring this project to fruition and it's truly exciting for all of us to see it roll out the door (as well as to be able to finally talk about it in public).  It will come in two versions, an Open Source Community Edition, and a value-add "Enterprise Edition".  Initially, both Editions will have the same feature set, but in subsequent releases there will be differentiation between the two. My colleague Margo Seltzer has written a fine whitepaper which describes the system.  If you have the time, it's an easy read.

In future posts to this blog I hope to talk about some of the great performance and scaling numbers we're seeing in our tests.  To demonstrate the system's capabilities, we've been working with two very fine corporate partners to run tests on clusters of up to 192 nodes.

We also announced the Oracle Big Data Appliance, an "engineered system" which will run (among other things) Oracle NoSQL Database.


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