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Since joining VoltDB exactly 3 years ago as a Sales Engineer, I have worked with customers from different industries and with different fast data challenges. One of my most important duties here has been to relay the efficacy of VoltDB in supporting such fast data applications. The challenge here is in not just applying a solution to the customer’s problem at hand, but often to also not lose sight of the possibilities that VoltDB, as probably the fastest database in the market, can enable in the respective industries.

There’s a lot of discussion about the value of consistency and ACID transactions in data management. I thought it would be useful to describe three fully implemented enterprise-class applications, and one example application, that need ACID transactions. These descriptions should make an abstract concept a...

Introduction Last year we published YCSB benchmarks that compared IBM SoftLayer with Amazon Web Services. This generated a lot of interest from lots of different folks in the cloud community. There was so much interest we decided to do it again with more platforms. We reached out...

When you evaluate a database to use in your application stack, you usually look at the features, the performance, the price, and the fit. You take for granted that the data is correct, that the features work as documented, and that the resiliency of your...