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
Ability to rely on a single database
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.