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VoltDB Community Users Share Knowledge

VoltDB adoption and deployments are accelerating.  We’re working hard make our products easy to use in both cloud and privately-racked infrastructures.  We see strong adoption in five application categories – capital markets (mostly around trading systems), digital advertising, online games, network monitoring, and intelligence/surveillance (national security, fraud mitigation, etc.).… Read more


VoltDB 2.0 Features Summary

VoltDB 2.0 was released last week and I wanted to take this opportunity to summarize the important new features, including enhancements for database durability and recovery; key performance and interoperability improvements; and many enhancements geared at helping developers use VoltDB productively.… Read more



Intro to VoltDB Command Logging

VoltDB’s new command logging feature reduces the window of data loss during a cluster wide failure from single digit minutes (the window between snapshots) to zero. Command logging can be tuned to give you the same amazing latency and throughput you get from VoltDB, even on a single 7.2k SATA disk.… Read more


VoltDB’s New Command Logging Feature

We, at VoltDB, are excited to tell you about the command logging feature that we’ve been working on this summer. We’ve built this feature because our customers asked for it, and they’ve given us some great feedback on how it should work.… Read more