Oracle NoSQL DAtabase 1.2.123 Community and Enterprise Editions Available for Download

Oracle NoSQL Database release 1.2.123, both Community Edition (new) and Enterprise Edition, are now available for download on OTN:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/nosqldb/downloads/index.html

In addition to some minor bug fixes, a performance improvement to the snapshot function, and deprecation of kvctl (see the changelog for details), the Community Edition is now available.  The CE package includes source code and the license for CE is aGPLv3.  The license for the EE remains the same as before (standard OTN license).


Comments:

What is the difference between NoSQL Community edition versus Enterprise Edition? Is it in performance, amount of data that can be stored, price and resiliency? Or is it more?

Posted by guest on October 05, 2012 at 02:11 PM EDT #

In R1 they are the same source base (and therefore the same feature set), but the license is different. CE is aGPLv3. EE is the standard Oracle Enterprise license. Source is distributed with CE. In future releases, there will additional features and capabilities that will only be available in the EE.

Posted by Charles Lamb on October 05, 2012 at 02:14 PM EDT #

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