Oracle NoSQL Database Version 4.2 (22.214.171.124) is now available for download!
Oracle NoSQL Database Version 4.2 – New Features
- Arbiters – An optional, light-weight mechanism that can ensure write availability even with two copies of data (RF =2).
- Contraction –Allows online shrinking of the cluster in response to reduced storage and throughput requirements.
- Password Complexity – Enables administrators to set up policies that enforce strong user passwords for secure access to NoSQL data stores.
- Storage Size Based Topology Layout - Allows the disks to be optimally utilized on a system where nodes within a system have different disk size capacity.
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.
- Oracle’s NoSQL is a viable option for Oracle customers.
- … it offers value to customers looking at ACID transactions; geodistributed data; application security with authentication and session-level SSL encryption; and integration with Oracle Database, Oracle Wallet, and Hadoop.
- Oracle NoSQL is a key-value database that delivers good performance, scale, security, and high availability capabilities.
- Many Oracle customers use Oracle NoSQL to balance the need for scale-out workloads of simpler key-value data with the rich set of relational data management capabilities needed in their core business systems — or when supporting new applications that have frequently changing key-value data, such as profiles for fraud, personalization, and sensor data management.
Source: The Forrester Wave™: Big Data NoSQL, Q3 2016