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InfiniSQL - How to make an infinitely scalable relational database hosted a guest post from the author of InfiniSQL:

Benchmarking shows that an InfiniSQL cluster can handle over 500,000 complex transactions per second with over 100,000 simultaneous connections, all on twelve small servers. The methods used to test are documented, and the code is all available so that any practitioner can achieve similar results. There are two main characteristics which make InfiniSQL extraordinary:

  1. It performs transactions with records on multiple nodes better than any clustered/distributed RDBMS
  2. It is free, open source. Not just a teaser “community” version with the good stuff proprietary. The community version of InfiniSQL will also be the enterprise version, when it is ready.

Tell me how fast can you find in the documentation of InfiniSQL that it is memory-only1.

  1. There is nothing wrong with being memory-only. What’s wrong is talking about the speed without mentioning anything about the storage until chapter 3

Original title and link: InfiniSQL - How to make an infinitely scalable relational database (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)