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Databases

In-memory database

An in-memory database (IMDB) is a type of database system that stores and manages data primarily in the system's main memory (RAM), rather than on disk or other storage devices. This allows for extremely fast data access and retrieval, as there is no need to read from or write to a physical disk.

Aerospike

Aerospike is a flash-optimized in-memory open source NoSQL database.

AllegroGraph

AllegroGraph is a database and application framework for building Semantic Web applications. It can store data and meta-data as triples; query these triples through various query APIs like SPARQL and Prolog; and apply RDFS++ reasoning with its built-in reasoner.

Amazon Neptune

Amazon Neptune is a cloud-native, fully managed database service designed to streamline the development and operation of graph applications. It comes equipped with features like integrated security, ongoing backups, serverless computing, and seamless integrations with various other Amazon Web Services.

Apache Druid

Druid is a column-oriented, open-source, distributed data store written in Java. Druid is designed to quickly ingest massive quantities of event data, and provide low-latency queries on top of the data.

ArangoDB

An open source NoSQL database with a flexible data model for documents and graphs. It is designed as a “general purpose database,” offering all the features typically needed for modern web apps.

AWR

Automatic Workload Repository is a built-in repository in every Oracle Database. The Oracle DB makes a snapshot of all of its vital statistics and workload information and stores them in the AWR. 

Azure Cosmos DB

Azure Cosmos DB is a fully managed database service with turnkey global distribution and transparent multi-master replication. 

Berkeley DB

A built-in database system for key/value data. It is easy to use, supports the ability to simultaneously access multiple users, implements transaction support at the industrial level, and restores databases after system and disk failures.

BigchainDB

BigchainDB is an open source distributed storage system whose aim is to combine the main benefits of “traditional” NoSQL databases with the benefits of blockchain technology. 

 

Big Table

A proprietary high-performance database built on the basis of Google File System (GFS), Chubby Lock Service and some other Google products. Currently not distributed or used outside Google.

Cassandra

A distributed database management system related to the class of NoSQL-systems and designed to create highly scalable and reliable storages of huge data sets providing high availability with no single point of failure.

ClickHouse

A fast open-source column-oriented database management system that allows generating analytical data reports in real-time using SQL queries.

Cloud Firestore

Cloud Firestore is flexible, scalable NoSQL cloud database, built on Google Cloud infrastructure, to store and sync data for client- and server-side development.

Cloudflare D1

Cloudflare D1, or simply D1, is a serverless database. It supports SQLite to store and query relational data globally with low latency. 

Cloud Spanner

Cloud Spanner is a remarkably scalable database that seamlessly integrates limitless scalability with relational features like secondary indexes, robust consistency, schemas, and SQL capabilities, offering an impressive 99.999% availability all within a single solution. 

CockroachDB

A distributed SQL database for cloud services. CockroachDB is built on consistent key-values, horizontal scalability, and to survive datacenter, disk or machine failures with minimal disruptions due to replication and automated repair features. It is more suitable in the cases of multi-datacenter and -region deployments, cloud migrations, cloud-native infrastructure, and replicated or distributed OLTP (online transaction processing), rather than for heavy analytics.

CouchBase

A distributed NoSQL engagement database that supports multiple models. CouchBase offers flexibility, high performance and on-demand scalability for both mobile and cloud-based web applications. It also saves on operations, software and hardware costs.

CouchDB

An open-source, NoSQL document-oriented database that is optimized for interactive applications, it provides a fast key-value store and JSON document, that focuses on the ease of use. 

CrateDB

CrateDB is a distributed SQL database management system that integrates a fully searchable document-oriented data store.

CRUD

Create, Read, Update, Delete. The acronym CRUD refers to all of the major functions that are implemented in relational database applications. CRUD is also sometimes used to describe user interface conventions that facilitate viewing, searching, and changing information; often using computer-based forms and reports.

CSV

A simple file format used to store tabular data. CSV is supported by a huge number of tools, from spreadsheets like Excel, OpenOffice and Google Docs to complex databases.

Database

A collection of digital information, that is organized in such a way that it can be easily managed. The information is stored and processed on a computer with or without human assistance. Traditional databases are organized by areas, records, and files.

Database as a Service

Database as a Service (DBaaS) is a cloud computing service model that provides users with access to a fully managed database system. In this model, the cloud service provider takes care of all the administrative tasks related to database management, including maintenance, backups, updates, and scaling. Users can focus on utilizing the database for their applications without the need to worry about the underlying infrastructure or operational tasks.

Database administration

Database administration is the function of managing and maintaining database management systems software.

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