NUODB COMMUNITY EDITION
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The NuoDB Community Edition is available for Kubernetes, Docker, and physical / virtual machine host environments.
Community Edition of NuoDB limits your deployment to:
- 3 Transaction Engines and 1 Storage Manager
- Deployment in a single location
To deploy the Enterprise Edition of NuoDB, which has no limit on the number of TEs and SMs that can be provisioned, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to buy a license.
Note: While we provide the Community Edition on both Linux and Windows, we currently only support Linux for production deployments.
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Download version updated January 15, 2020 with v184.108.40.206.
NuoDB users can now deploy, run, and manage a NuoDB database natively inside the Amazon AKS, Google GKE, or Red Hat OpenShift Kubernetes container application management environments to service SQL-based applications in the cloud. For more information on how to deploy NuoDB in these environments, see our NuoDB Operator GitHub page.
The NuoDB database is available at the following Cloud platform Marketplaces:
GCP Marketplace offers ready-to-go development stacks, solutions, and services to accelerate development of cloud-based applications – so you spend less time installing and more time developing and deploying applications.
OPERATORHUB.IO COMMUNITY OPERATORS
OperatorHub.io is a new home for the Kubernetes community to share Operators. OperatorHub.io is the front-end for the Community Operators Repository. This is an open source community project aiming to curate and collect Kubernetes Operators.
RED HAT OPENSHIFT OPERATORHUB
OpenShift is an open source container application platform based on the Kubernetes container orchestrator for enterprise application development and deployment. Operatorhub is OpenShift’s service catalog that contains hundreds of applications you can deploy directly into your OpoenShift environment.
You can also try the NuoDB Community Edition by deploying the NuoDB Docker image. Check out our blog post on how to get started on Docker.
Next, to demonstrate ease-of database scale-out, resiliency, and how to setup NuoDB Insights in Docker, check out our blog post on Running NuoDB in Docker – pt II.
Finally, to walk through setting up a common SQL execution GUI tool with NuoDB, read our blog post on Running NuoDB in Docker – Part III.
For more information on deploying in Docker, check us out on Docker Hub. Please refer to the Tags page for the NuoDB container image pull commands.
The NuoDB Community Edition is a multi-host version of the NuoDB distributed database, limited to three Transaction Engines and one Storage Manager.
The Community Edition is free of charge and allows you to evaluate NuoDB through a series of quick-start guides and/or build and run your applications on your own laptop, desktop, or in the cloud:
- ACID compliant transactions
- Rich ANSI SQL capabilities
- Simple to use administration
Review the System Requirements.
To download a NuoDB Release 4.0 server package (and a client package if evaluating client tools) for the appropriate operating system, click the appropriate Download button.
Physical / VM Server Packages
Physical / VM Client-Only Packages
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After downloading the required server package, deploy NuoDB. For more information, see Installing NuoDB.
After deploying NuoDB, you can install and deploy the NuoDB Insights visual monitoring tool. To enable NuoDB Insights, run the following command:
Learn more about NuoDB Insights here.
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Monitor NuoDB Performance with NuoDB Insights
Enable NuoDB Insights to access a dashboard of database and systems metrics to help you optimize your database environment.
Note: Scaling on the Community Edition is limited to three transaction processing nodes and one durability node and cannot run across multiple data centers.
If you’d like to explore those capabilities, you can contact us to explore how NuoDB could fit into your application’s architecture.
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