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RavenDB is one of the first non-relational databases to offer ACID not just for a single document, but for multiple documents throughout the entire database.
The GUI allows enjoyable user experience for developers and non-developers alike. It improves the workflow and simplifies maintenance.
RavenDB gives you tools to map your documents with indexes, analyze text and spatial data, project your data into new shapes, and more.
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Get the benefits of NoSQL while keeping the most essential parts of a relational database.
RavenDB is perfect for OLTP tasks like processing sales, purchases and more.
RavenDB supports automatic ETL (Extract, Transform and Load) processes to replicate data to SQL solutions.
As an ACID database, you can use RavenDB in conjunction with your existing SQL databases and enjoy the best of both worlds.
Our in-house storage engine is designed to serve all your needs in one place.
You have at your fingertips features you would usually have to plug in from someplace else, saving you time and money. We automate a lot of tasks to reduce your overhead so there is less need for costly support.
RavenDB is easy to install, implement, and use.
There is a small ramp up to learn. Our high-quality GUI with heavy built-in monitoring and SQL-based query language makes RavenDB user friendly for developers and non-developers alike.
Setting up a cluster is as simple as point and click in the RavenDB Management Studio.
Keep up with the ever-increasing amounts of data and web traffic effectively and efficiently by creating new database nodes within minutes.
Real time replication between nodes keeps your database online and available across multiple points at all times.
Your cluster keeps working amidst network partition. Balance load, reduce latency, and optimize performance within multiple locations to serve your users.
Manage over 1 million reads per second and 150,000 writes on simple commodity hardware.
What is ACID? What is a cluster? How did two NoSQL databases become ACID at the cluster level?.
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