Every release, NuoDB gets easier to use, and release 2.3 has added a preview feature that promises to make the life of a systems administrator much easier: hot copy. (The use of preview features is encouraged in development projects but not yet suppored in deployments.)
Hot copy uses one of the existing Storage Managers (SM) or Snapshot Storage Managers (SSM) to create a transactionally consistent copy of the archive and journal of a database with no interruption of service. The database continues running and transactions keep processing, even in a single host database.
Throughout the development of our new Robins release (NuoDB 2.3), we’ve been benchmarking performance against our previous Larks release (NuoDB 2.2). We wanted to demonstrate the improvements to scale-out performance that we’ve been working on for Robins.
To do this we needed a realistic, or at least pseudo-realistic, test of transaction processing to make the benchmarking worthwhile. So we used DBT2 as a credible, public domain scenario (the detail of DBT2 is at the end of this post) and configured it to increase the number of warehouses as the number of clients increased.
In this TechBlog, we will demonstrate how to use Talend Data Integration to create and execute a Talend Data Integration job with NuoDB using Talend Open Studio. Talend’s data integration provides an extensible, highly-performant, open source set of tools to access, transform and integrate data from any business system in real time or batch to meet both operational and analytical data integration needs.