NuoDB SQL Database and Cloud Based Data Management

If you’re unfamiliar with NuoDB SQL, it’s a database technology company co-founded by Barry Harris and Jim Starkey. The company is predicated on streamlining data management through the use of SQL databases; according to techtarget.com, SQL is a standardized programming language used to modify data language and index structures. Although SQL emerged between the 1970s and 1980s, the NuoDB SQL database adds a modern twist by incorporating this technology into cloud based applications, making it possible to scale an existing database by adding more servers as opposed to replacing hardware.

HOW NuoDB SQL BETTER MANAGES DATA

The NuoDB SQL database uses a tiered methodology, that is essentially an expansion of Edgar Codd’s (IBM computer scientist) 12 rules for relational databases, which allows the following

 Distributed security
 Non-stop availability
 Elastic scalability
 Ability to rely on a single database

CONCLUSION

NuoDB SQL databases have made it relatively simple to increase database capacity; the NuoDB SQL database has the capability of scaling without “sharding” information, which is made possible courtesy of multiple transaction engines and storage managers. This concept was originally the brainchild of database veteran Jim Starkey who leveraged his experience with Digital Equipment Corporation, to develop the foundation that makes NuoDB an industry leader. NuoDB will likely continue to revolutionize how data is managed and will be a sought after company for those seeking to expand their database without having to accommodate additional servers.

Doe Deere Creates New Makeup Color Revolution In Lime Crime Cosmetics

 

Pink lips, rosy blush, brown eye shadow, all appear in classic makeup palettes. It’s something we were used to for years, and it seemed like no one dared to challenge the beauty status quo, until Doe Deere came along.

The founder and CEO of Lime Crime cosmetics has re-defined what is beautiful and given young women and men the choice to go bright, bold and beyond. Lime Crime has color palettes you won’t find anywhere else, and I should know. I have been a loyal fan for a few years now. Doe Deere is always thinking out of the box, and women around the globe like the empowerment her makeup reflects. Wearing Alien Green, Banana Yellow or Cement Gray lipstick will definitely turn heads, because this is a color spectrum that goes beyond the rainbow.

Even as a young child born in Russia, Doe Deere always chose vivid, playful colors to create things. When she moved to New York City, she brought her whimsical nature and keen imagination with her. In 2008, Doe Deere fearlessly launched Lime Crime makeup, hoping at least some people would understand her beauty mission.

The brand caught on rapidly, and a global community of fans was born. Today, Lime Crime’s Instagram page boasts more than 2.3 million followers and growing. Fans like to send selfies adorned in Lime Crime shadows, liners and lipsticks to the brand’s social media sites. Doe Deere is loyal to her followers and enjoys interacting with them online. She sees the immense value in e-commerce and building a brand through social media.

Lime Crime is available here and at popular retail stores like Urban Outfitters, Naimie’s Beauty Center, The Sev and Verana Cosmetics(Mexico). It’s cruelty-free and vegan makeup.

Doe Deere and her brand have soared to the top and are finally being noticed for running a super company. Self-Made magazine is crazy about Doe Deere and included her on their list of Top Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs. If that weren’t amazing enough, she also graced the cover of Self-Made along with business powerhouses Suze Orman and Arianna Huffington. The recognition has been incredible, and Doe Deere truly believes in loving what you do for work. I believe her, because that quality comes alive through every makeup item she designs.

Lime Crime’s newest additions that are blowing the lid off of beauty include, the brand’s pretty metallic lipsticks and superfoil eye shadows. The pigments on all of them are striking and selling out as fast as Doe Deere creates them. I can honestly say, I have never seen cosmetics like these anywhere, and I live in NYC. Doe Deere has really and authentically captured a makeup revolution.

Lime Crime might not be suitable for you mom or grandmother, unless they are totally free, relaxed and playing by their own rules. However, my aunt wants my Cupid Velventines lipstick.

You can see how sexy these cosmetics look by checking out LimeCrime’s fan pics at their gallery page, #LimeCrime here.

Check out Doe Deere in her New York home: