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5 Features that Make Bluzelle Excel as a Database for Web 3.0
As Bluzelle has been continuously building its decentralized database, more features have been implemented and the pieces are all coming together. This week kicks off the first of a number of weekly blog posts around what makes the entire Bluzelle ecosystem work. This will include material about payments, nodes, staking, Ethereum registries and more. By the end of the series we’ll have an updated white paper that reflects the exciting current state.
Today’s post is about 5 key features that make Bluzelle well positioned to be the leading database for Web 3.0.
1. Simple to Implement
For database architects (DBA), Bluzelle is simple to get going. The DBA just needs to know how much storage they need. They don’t need to specify server sizes, memory, speeds, inputs/outputs and other info. As Bluzelle is auto-managed network, like blockchains, there is nothing to actually deploy. Bluzelle is already up and gives multi-region capability right away.
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Traditional databases ask a number of questions and have a complex set up. This frustrates developers who just want to get going on programming their software. Complex infrastructure is a distraction.
2. Scale Automatically
With Bluzelle, IT teams don’t have to worry about managing operations to scale up for demand. Traditional databases require the company to react to customers in different regions and spin up new servers accordingly. With Bluzelle the developers just state which regions they want coverage in and as demand increases, Bluzelle ensures data is replicated there automatically to support the scale needed.
3. Multi-cloud and Hybrid Model
Bluzelle operates across many clouds and does not lock-in customers to any specific cloud infrastructure. Developers want to have flexibility and enterprises want to have the choice of ...
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