Category: Best Practices

VoltDB Technical Spotlight blog

A Downloadable Demo of VoltDB New TASK and MIGRATE Features

February 05, 2020
Third post in a series on features of VoltDB Version 9.2. Version 9.2 of VoltDB introduces two new features that are highly relevant to people developing streaming applications. This is part three of a series of three blog posts: Introducing MIGRATE Introducing CREATE TASK This demo showcases some VoltDB features: The MIGRATE command. Directed Procedures [...]
kubernetes and voltdb

VoltDB & Kubernetes – The Perfect Match for 5G Apps & Microservices

August 21, 2018
Kubernetes has quickly become the most popular container orchestration solution with DevOps and Site Reliability Engineers. Kubernetes was developed and then open sourced by Google, it supports not just Docker (the defacto standard for building and running containerized apps) but also other container platforms. Containerization provides modern app developers with a means to continuously iterate [...]
microservices database architecture blog

Scalable MicroService Architecture

July 10, 2018
Application State Management and Data-Driven Decision Making As the complexity of applications and systems increases, the size of the teams that work on these also increase. In these scenarios, having the system as a monolithic one inhibits the development team from being able to move forward at speed. This gave rise to the need for [...]
architecture contention shared data

Solving Lambda Architecture’s Fast Layer Problem

February 05, 2018

Getting up to date answers about recent events and asking the same question about older data is really hard to do using open source. The Lambda Architecture is a somewhat complicated way of doing this kind of mass scale, relatively fast, open source data processing. The key point is that you have two layers: a […]

Database Checklist

Database Resolutions for 2018

January 12, 2018

The New Year brings about the perfect time to start fresh and set some new goals. So, in the spirit of things, we’ve laid out a few New Year’s resolutions that all database professionals can take into account as they look to turn over a new leaf in 2018 and build on their successes. Create […]

meltdown and spectre and VoltDB

Meltdown and Spectre and VoltDB

January 05, 2018

The internet is ablaze with articles and talk about hardware security flaws found recently in most modern processors, including chips from Intel and AMD – that is, in the processors used by everyone who runs software to provide a service. In other words, all of VoltDB’s customers. We are actively working on tests of our […]

Evaluating a Database - 8 Tips

8 Tips for Evaluating a Database in 2018

December 12, 2017

It’s that time of year — the “wrap up/planning” blogs are among us as we look to a new year. With that, VoltDB has decided to put together a few tips and recommendations to consider when evaluating database technologies in 2018. Whether you’re in the market for some new technologies now or simply just reading […]

Making the Case for Open Source

The Open Source Real-Time Question (and Fast Data Answers)

October 24, 2017

Rising Amounts of Information As we look at total amount of information created world wide, we see an exponentially rising curve. According to the Kleiner Perkins 2017 Internet Trends study, the amount of total information generated in the world today is about 16 zettabytes (zb). Based on Kleiner estimates, this number will grow at least […]

Using UDF for Machine Learning

October 06, 2017

We added support for scalar user-defined functions in our recent release, VoltDB V7.6. With this feature, users can write their own SQL functions in Java and load them into VoltDB. Those functions, once loaded, can be used in all kinds of SQL queries just like any other built-in SQL functions. User-defined functions can give you […]

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