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In-Memory Database Blog

My name is Yuxuan Chen, a Brown University CS master's student, and I spent this summer as an intern in VoltDB. It’s been a valuable experience for me.I work on the ecosystem team, and my work mainly focuses on optimizing client APIs, deployment of VoltDB,...

I'm happy to introduce a fully featured, high-performance VoltDB client for the go language. The golang client is both feature and performance comparable to the VoltDB Java client. Support of golang Standard Library The golang standard library provides support for SQL database drivers. This support is represented...

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...