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MckoiDDB is a distributed database system for applications that need to support low latency random access (read and write) queries on datasets that span a cluster of machines in a network. The software provides the system for managing the storage of data over the network cluster and a client API for accessing and querying the data. The MckoiDDB system can scale up or down as resources are added or removed in the network, and is flexible in how the logical data models of an application are designed and implemented. MckoiDDB can be installed on high-speed private networks and over instances in Cloud service providers.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  27 Feb 2012 21:58

    Release Notes: This release adds a commandline tool which aids in creating the configuration files for a single machine node installation. Various bugfix and improvements have been made to the administration tools.

    •  03 Feb 2011 22:48

      Release Notes: Additional functionality was added. Performance improvements were made to the Object Data Model API.

      •  05 Jan 2011 12:43

        Release Notes: Improvements in this release include an object data model and API, end to end checksum of all data, increased service redundancy, and storage of all data in a 128-bit address space.

        •  08 May 2010 23:38

          Release Notes: This is the initial release of the SQL data model package for MckoiDDB.

          •  04 May 2010 19:28

            Release Notes: This release adds a function for hinting future objects that are likely to be fetched, allowing the engine to reduce the number of block server queries. The purpose of this function is to reduce node query/response latency. There is an additional root server command to inspect the paths available on the network. A path rollback command has been added to the administration console.


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