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Short Notes about VoltDB

Here are the notes I’ve made while watching a webinar about building applications with VoltDB.

What I like:

What I don’t like:

  • you need to compile and deploy the schema, queries, etc.
  • you have to define the cluster topology in an XML file
  • everything is transactional Let’s say you have k-factor 2 and a materialized view: an insert will put your data on the 3 servers and the materialized view within a single transaction.
  • it’s not clear how you could evolve your schema
  • the API doesn’t use timeouts

Original title and link: Short Notes about VoltDB (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)