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Part Three: Designing a Data Architecture to Support Both Fast and Big Data

In post one of this series, we introduced the ideas that a Corporate Data Architecture was taking shape and that working with Fast Data is different from working with Big Data.… Read more




What’s the plan?

“Why is this so slow?” Have you put your application into testing (you did this before going to production, right?) and wondered why you’re not getting VoltDB’s world-class performance? The problem might be with the SQL execution plan.… Read more


JSON in VoltDB

VoltDB 3.0 introduces the use of JSON-encoded columns to allow more flexibility in how you structure and interact with your data. New SQL functions and index capabilities let you work more naturally with JSON data while maintaining the efficiency and transactional consistency of a relational database.… Read more


Stonebraker Live! – Tonight!

Register nowto join us via live streaming!

Can’t make it to Santa Clara tonight? That doesn’t mean you can’t attend Stonebraker Live!

Join us via live stream at 6:30 p.m. Pacific to hear from database legend Mike Stonebraker, as well as VoltDB’s VP of Market Strategy, Mark Hydar, and Co-founder, Scott Jarr.… Read more




Upserts in VoltDB

Upserts in VoltDB

The idea behind an upsert is that you try an update or an insert query first and if it fails, you then do the other query.
Why do an upsert?… Read more




Writing VoltDB Apps in Java Q & A

NewSQL and NoSQL databases present developers with a new and interesting programming model where there are fewer connections to the database, query parallelism, partitions and an easy model for supporting new clusters.… Read more


Announcing VoltDB v3.0 – Preview Release

Announcing VoltDB v3.0 – Preview Release

The next major release of VoltDB, version 3.0, is right around the corner.  In anticipation of this release, we’re announcing a preview release of the v3.0 offering, available immediately. … Read more


Making an Impact: VoltDB Engineering Interns

Making an Impact: VoltDB Engineering Interns

Summer went by too fast in New England!  We are already missing our two engineering internship students, Xin Jia from Brown University and Zheng li from University of Massachusetts, Lowell.… Read more




VoltDB – Simplified CSV Loader

My name is Xin Jia, a Brown University student, and I’ve spent the summer interning at VoltDB. One of the first projects that I worked on this summer was a CSV Loader with fellow intern Zheng Li.… Read more


Programming VoltDB – Easy, Flexible and Ultra-fast!

You may believe that the only way to interact with VoltDB is through Java stored procedures.  To achieve maximum throughput, VoltDB stored procedures is the way to go.  You can achieve upwards of 100,000 transactions per second on a single node. … Read more


Recap of VoltDB for SQL Devs Webinar

We had a great turnout for the VoltDB for SQL Developers webinar on July 19th. The audience was engaged and asked many good questions.  We had attendees from all over the US, Canada and Germany.  … Read more



Using the Spring Converter API with VoltDB Data Objects

Mapping one type to another is a pretty common task. Hibernate and other ORM’s map a result from a data source’s native representation to an application specific representation. In English, I want to convert a JDBC result set, or data objects, into a collection of POJOs (plain old Java objects) using some kind of data mapping tool or API.… Read more


Using the Spring @Schedule Annotation

In a previous life I had a requirement that a web application scanned the expiration date of purchased content and sent one of three emails letting the user know that the item would expire soon, was going to expire very soon and that the item has expired.… Read more