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NuoDB is a distributed, peer to peer system that provides an in-memory database service with ACIDAcronym for the database transaction properties of atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability. transactions. A NuoDB database appears to the developer and operator as a single, logical system. In practice, a NuoDB database can be running in multiple locations with hosts added and removed according to demand.
NuoDB's architecture is based on a durable distributed cache that provides in-memory access to your data.
This section introduces NuoDB by describing how it provides in-memory access to your durable data. It then describes the tools for using NuoDB and guides you through creating and then modifying a database.
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