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Best Practices

Best practices for implementing VoltDB, the only in-memory transactional database for modern applications

VoltDB hired Kyle Kingsbury, creator of the Jepsen Tests, to build a new, stronger, Jepsen test especially for VoltDB. We promise strong serializability in a distributed database, a stronger promise than almost any other system, and we’ve been working with Kingsbury to validate that promise. What...

The ACID properties and the CAP theorem are two important concepts in data management and distributed systems. It's unfortunate that in both acronyms the "C" stands for "Consistency," but actually means completely different things. What follows is a primer on the two concepts and an...

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...