VoltDB 3.0 introduces the use of JSON-encoded columns to allow more flexibility in how you structure and interact with your data. New SQL functions and index capabilities let you work more naturally with JSON data while maintaining the efficiency and transactional consistency of a relational database.
How? A VoltDB JSON Example
Let’s assume that you want to implement a single sign-on (SSO) application using VoltDB. You wish to store the login session for a set of different online sites under a common username. Each login session could hold different user state, simple data values or possibly more complex structures. Additionally, … Read more