The open source enterprise-class database with data immutability at scale, immudb, can now be deployed in cluster configurations for demanding applications that require high scalabilityand high availability.
Codenotary’s immudb 1.1 update also enables databases to use Amazon’s S3 storage cloud so they will never run out of disk space.
“With this update, we’re addressing the most requested capability to scale to any level of data store,” said Jerónimo Irázabal, lead architect at Codenotary—the company behind the immudb project. “Banking applications are one example that require ultra-secure and tamperproof transaction ledgers while at the same time retaining high scalability.”
Unlike other databases, immudb is built on a zero-trust model: history is preserved and can't be changed.
Data in immudb comes with cryptographic verification at every transaction to ensure there is no tampering possible.
In addition, immudb includes a tamper-proof database to support SQL, making it possible to move data to immudb without having to make changes to applications.
immudb is open source software that is free for anyone to use to protect sensitive data for workloads that require the utmost in security.
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