Have You Heard of DuoDB?
NuoDB is a memory centric, ACID compliant, elastic SQL transactional database management system. NuoDB has been used by companies such as Dassault Systèmes, Kodiak, Alfa Systems and UAE Exchange. NuoDB uses a distributed object architecture. The SQL databases can be scaled out by adding new servers. And by creating new servers, the database runs faster. This is much easier than having to replace or upgrade hardware. Many have referred to database style as NewSQL. By using a three-tier archetectural structure with administrative, transactional and storage tiers, NuoDB can work without loose coupling applications, and run cloud database based applications with encumbering them.
NuoDB divides data elements into software individual objects. These objects are referred to as “atoms.” These atoms are then stored in a database built around a cache. These in-memory caches support cloud elasticity without partitioning, sharding or compromising data objects. All data objects stored using NuoBD remain safe and secure, while still allowing the elasticity that comes with cloud databases.