Jim Starkey, a highly regarded database architect, is the mastermind behind NuoDb. Starkey partnered with one of the leading software heads, Barry Morris in 2010 and brought NuoDB into fruition. NuoDB uses Structured Query Language which communicates with cloud programs. It has been an asset to clients in regard to submitting applications more cost efficiently and quicker. Many computer brokers and e-commerce enterprises depend on Starkey and Morris’s database to achieve flexibility, uninterrupted accessibility and scale-out ease that is essential to cloud transactions.
NuoDb was granted its initial patent in 15 months from the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office and has five more copyrights awaiting confirmation. NuoDb’s database has become essential to customers as it permits them to quickly profit from contemporary scientific applications like group servers and scalable resources (cloud computing) to ensure that their applications are sound when any requirements or industry expectations change or are interupted. NuoDb’s mission is to “Build a database to power – and empower – today’s business-critical cloud applications.” They aimed to create a database that constructs on the capacity of SQL to position relevant technology more extensively than the original designs. NuoBD has certainly fulfilled those demanding challenges.