database sharding

database sharding

Breaking up a database into pieces that are stored in separate servers. See database partitioning.
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A provider of database performance tools, CodeFutures offers a code generator that helps software developers be more productive by automatically generating DAO code for accessing relational databases, as well as a software product that allows database sharding to be applied to existing applications and databases.
It means that Cloudant engineers are behind the scenes running the service 24/7, helping customers with things like database sharding, adding server nodes to a database cluster, system monitoring, and performance optimization.
dbShards--uses database sharding to help companies to scale large, high-volume databases
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