MySQL gets an upgrade from Oracle {Comments Off on MySQL gets an upgrade from Oracle}

by Ermie C
The one thing that has become in a business is the importance of databases. We understand how everything is and how it flows, however, the ease to make the SQL statements can get kind of hairy. For Oracle, they have launched this new version MySQL Cluster. This new feature is actually going to be open source and is a lot easier to use. The two new features that are provided are combing the best of both worlds of NoSQL and SQL databases. ” It can rival the fast key value operations of NoSQL, while still offering the ability to do complex queries of a regular SQL databases” is how they they described it. With the open source, it can prove to be a advantage in the sense that anything is possible for this type of SQL, however, this upgrade can prove fatal for potential hackers who can get the code of how databases are filled. The main feature that is going to be great is the Memcached API. This is because this will make searches and performances go faster and as mentioned Facebook uses this software. This will make the input of data a lot easier. read more...

Oracle Knows NoSQL {3}

by Ermie C
Joab Jackson article is about the Oracle’s launching of NoSQL database.  The software is now available for download on their Oracle website and the reason for them doing this is that they want to respond to the many creations of database tools over the years.  Now, with the development at it’s end, they will be providing it to the community.  In their community of Oracle users, they say that the implementation would help the databases of Oracle users.  It would take the non-important tasks and create a separate database for that type of information.  With this new invention, it would help decrease crashes because that was one of their problems.  NoSQL is based of the Java version created in Berkeley and it is using a very simple Key-Value data model that simplifies the input of data.  With these multiple records that could inputted into the database, NoSQL has made it a lot more flexible in order to keep load-balance at a consistent speed.  Oracle has recently been providing it for free as a community edition, but for more features, there will be paid editions in order to access those features. read more...