GaianDB: A lightweight Dynamic Distributed Federated Database based on Derby
From archive: March 2009 X
For French speakers out there, an article has just been published on GaianDB in one of the most famous IT magazines in France...http://www.01informatique.fr/infrastructures-stockage-serveurs-116/ibm-federe-sgbdr-46118/[Read More]
David Vyvyan 1100006961 Tags:  performance database distributed scalability 3 Comments 4,945 Views
We have recently been focusing on improving performance and scalability...Take a look at these visualisation graphs for GaianDB networks of up to 520 nodes! - These were running on 13 blades, each having 4 logical CPUs
The next release of GaianDB (1.02) expected this month will contain many optimisations. In particular, we have looked at minimising CPU and memory consumption of GaianDB nodes. We have also improved the node discovery and connection algorithm to minimise network diameter and hence query times across the network from any node.
For reference, simple query times across a network of 52 nodes were initially taking 89ms *before* optimisations...[Read More]