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Oracle NoSQL Database: Real-Time Big Data Management for the Enterprise by Ashok Joshi, Chaitanya Kadaru, Aalok Muley, Maqsood Alam

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Long before the term “NoSQL databases” entered our lexicon, Berkeley DB was built with many of the goals that have recently propelled the NoSQL databases movement. Its main guiding principle was that through a simple key-value model, the system could achieve the best performance and most flexibility.
Developed in the late 1980s at the University of California, Berkeley, and acquired by Oracle in 2006, Oracle Berkeley DB is an open-source software library that is deployed as an embedded database. By supporting a simple key-value model, Oracle Berkeley DB eliminates much of the complexity of relational databases and can thus support very high transaction ...

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