eXtremeDB is a small-footprint, in-memory and/or persistent database system designed explicitly for real-time applications and for embedded/IoT systems. eXtremeDB can be embedded, with your choice of SQL or native APIs for C, C++, C#, Java and Python. Or eXtremeDB can be used in client/server mode, including support for horizontal scalability via sharding and a sophisticated distributed SQL query engine, and support for stored procedures in the LUA language. eXtremeDB High Availability, eXtremeDB Cluster and Active Data Replication for the IoT round out the product family. eXtremeDB is a trusted solution with more than 28 million systems deployed worldwide in consumer electronics, network and telecom equipment, industrial control, finance, aerospace & defense and other connected gear.
- Partner MCOBJECT Partner's Website
- Platform SLES 15, SLES 12, SLES 11
- Hardware Architecture x86, x86-64, System z, Power, ARM
- Certification SUSE "Ready" Verified
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