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NuoDB Releases New Beta

Release of Beta 8 of its groundbreaking web-scale SQL database

"A major goal in developing NuoDB has been the ability to scale elastically on hundreds of cores while also providing better performance than traditional centralized OLTP databases like MySQL,” said Barry Morris, CEO and Founder of NuoDB, as his latest start-up recently released Beta 8 of its groundbreaking web-scale SQL database.

"We have demonstrated that design goal with Beta 8," Morris continued, "exhibiting superior performance on a single node on a variety of platforms. As we come closer to general availability later this year we expect to exceed other measures that are critical to performance in the cloud."

Veteran enterprise software CEO Morris co-founded NuoDB in 2010 with industry-renowned database architect and innovator Jim Starkey.

“Our Beta 8 release represents a milestone in improved performance and greater product hardening, stated Adam Abrevaya, NuoDB Vice President of Engineering. “The release offers a ten-fold improvement in many standard, complex queries and 100% support for the top ORM tools. With the addition of Oracle Solaris we continue to broaden our support for industry-leading operating systems.”

“Our Beta 8 release represents a milestone in improved performance and greater product hardening, stated Adam Abrevaya, NuoDB Vice President of Engineering. “The release offers a ten-fold improvement in many standard, complex queries and 100% support for the top ORM tools. With the addition of Oracle Solaris we continue to broaden our support for industry-leading operating systems.”

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