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Domain Administration

NuoDB’s architecture includes a management tier including brokers which are referred to as peers. There is always exactly one peer on each machine on which NuoDB is installed. This collection of hosts makes up a NuoDB domain.

A domain is a management boundary. It defines the resources available to run databases and the set of users with permission to manage those resources.

A system administrator views a domain as a single, logical point of management. Each peer provides a place to connect to the domain, manage and monitor databases, and ensure that NuoDB is running as expected.

Domain administration includes:

Note: Agents are no longer supported.

See the following topics:

About Domains

Using Host Tags

Creating the Domain and Adding Hosts

Managing Domain Operations

Handling Failure

Performance Tuning Tips

Deploying NuoDB with Amazon Web Services