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Is Cubrid part of the New SQL movement? Where does it stand when compared to VoltDB, NimbusDB, Clustrix?

See also this article on New SQL by Mike Stonebraker http://cacm.acm.org/blogs/blog-cacm/109710-new-sql-an-alternative-to-nosql-and-old-sql-for-new-oltp-apps/fulltext.

For example, Clustrix says they are "drop-in compatible" with MySQL and they can take over from where MySQL reaches its limits. Is Cubrid doing the same?

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asked 3 years ago
sqlcopter
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According to rules of the event, such arguable questions are not encouraged. Questions should be concrete and answerable. Next time will vote down. - [Level:8]CUBRID 3 years ago
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...Not sure if it makes any sense to compare a (high?)priced solution like Clustrix with an open-source, completely free solution, like CUBRID...?

 

 

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answered 3 years ago
impega
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