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Oracle NoSQL Database

The Oracle NoSQL Database is a noSQL-type distributed key-value database by Oracle Corporation.[1][2][3][4] It has two editions:

  • Oracle NoSQL Database Community Edition
  • Oracle NoSQL Database Enterprise Edition

Overview

  • Simple data model using key-value pairs with major and sub-keys
  • Simple programming model with ACID transactions and JSON support
  • Integrated with Oracle Database and Hadoop
  • Geo-distributed data with support for multiple data centers
  • High availability with local and remote failover and synchronization
  • Scalable throughput and bounded latency
  • Dynamically add capacity

References

  1. ^ Oracle NoSQL Database, an overview at the Oracle website
  2. ^ Oracle NoSQL Database Performance Tests
  3. ^ "First look: Oracle NoSQL Database", by Peter Wayner, Infoworld
  4. ^ "Oracle NoSQL Database White Paper"

External links

  • Official website
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