Oracle NoSQL Database, Java-based

As you may have already read elsewhere, Oracle launched a Oracle NoSQL Database product at its recent OpenWorld Conference. The product data sheet is probably a good place to start.

Another very good read is Daniel Abadi's detailed and quality write-up. Oracle's Charles Lamb also has blog pretty much dedicated to this new product.

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The product is a transactional and distributed key-value database with focus on Scalability, High Availability and Easy Admin. It has an open source version (soon available, use the trial OTN-licensed version for now), is built in Java (like many other NOSQL products) and specifically on BerkleyDB, it offers a simple get/put/delete Java API and can be downloaded from this page.

The product documentation is here.

Comments:

Charles Lamb's blog has interesting information about Oracle NoSQL Database.

The OTN Forum for NoSQL Database is also an excellent resource. Feel free to post questions there.

https://forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jspa?forumID=1388

Posted by Charles Lamb on October 26, 2011 at 04:12 AM PDT #

Thanks Charles!

Posted by Alexis MP on October 26, 2011 at 04:57 AM PDT #

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