Announcing NuoDB 4.0.8-1 Maintenance Release for General Availability

Release Announcement:

NuoDB has released a maintenance update to v4 (v4.0.8-1). For details on this release, please refer to our NuoDB Release Notes. To access files, see below.

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NuoDB v4 for General Availability! 

NuoDBthe distributed SQL database company, today unveiled NuoDB 4.0, featuring expanded cloud-native and cloud-agnostic capabilities with support for Kubernetes Operators and Google Cloud and Azure public clouds.

This includes the recently announced the Kubernetes Operator to simplify and automate database deployments in Red Hat OpenShift. The NuoDB Kubernetes Operator leverages a new, straightforward management REST API designed to improve database lifecycle management and ensure a simple and seamless deployment of NuoDB for cloud and container environments.

This release establishes NuoDB Admin, our new administration tier, as the default administration service for new installations. Existing customers will need to migrate to take advantage of the capabilities provided by NuoDB Admin. In addition to supporting Amazon Web Services, this release of NuoDB is also certified for both Azure and Google Cloud Platform, providing customers with a choice of public clouds to deploy NuoDB as well as the option to deploy on-premise or in private clouds.

This release also includes indexing improvements including support for expression-based Indexes and online index creation, as well as GA support for LDAP authentication and TLS 1.2 network encryption. 

For details on these and other features provided in this release, please refer to our NuoDB Release Notes.  Existing customers may click here to download today! Not yet a customer? Try out the free NuoDB Community Edition.  

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