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Objectivity/DB is a scalable, high performance, distributed Object Database (ODBMS). It is extremely good at handling complex data, where there are many types of connections between objects and many variants.
• Graphical tool - Objectivity/Assist helps users develop databases and database applications, and browse and query the data • Parallel I/O and Locking for Multiple Client Processes • Application-side caching of objects improves performance • Multiple, Distributed I/O Servers • Parallel Query Engine enables you to perform fast queries over very large numbers of objects in a very large database (VLDB) • Online incremental backup and restore, online object relocation, recovery tools, and database compaction
Small (<50 employees), Medium (50 to 1000 employees), Enterprise (>1001 employees)
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• Graphical tool - Objectivity/Assist helps users develop databases and database applications, and browse and query the data • Parallel I/O and Locking for Multiple Client Processes • Application-side caching of objects improves performance • Multiple, Distributed I/O Servers
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• Distribute data transparently across multiple machines in a network • High Availability: Improve data availability and read performance by replicating a subset of data in multiple locations in a network • Traverse objects using iterators that select objects based on relations • ADE support: Complete support and compatibility with leading application development environments (ADEs) including debuggers
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Objectivity/DB manages a fully distributed database, presenting a Single Logical View of objects that may be distributed anywhere within a network of machines.
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Objectivity/DB is a scalable, high performance, distributed Object Database (ODBMS). It is extremely good at handling complex data, where there are many types of connections between objects and many variants. Objectivity/DB enables customers to maximize existing infrastructure to capture information needed to address evolving, complex, analytic requirements within Big Data. Objectivity/DB runs on 32 or 64-bit processors running Linux, Mac OS X, UNIX (Oracle Solaris) or Windows. There are C++, C#, Java and Python APIs. Objectivity/DB generally runs on POSIX file systems, but there are plug-ins that can be modified for other storage infrastructure. Objectivity/DB client programs can be configured to run on a standalone laptop, networked workgroups, large clusters or in grids or clouds with no changes to the application code. At the heart of Objectivity/DB is a unique, distributed database architecture. Because of this architecture, Objectivity/DB can deliver consistent high performance even as the amount of stored data and number of users grows. Objectivity/DB databases can support Exabytes of data spread physically across a corporate enterprise. Objectivity/DB offers the most advanced distributed database architecture available today. This architecture distributes processing and data storage tasks transparently across machines, thereby allowing applications to benefit from high-performance local processing through modern networks. This architecture also provides scalability and high availability to distributed data. Instead of a traditional, centralized database server, Objectivity/DB provides a client-side shared library and several types of specialized server processes—lock servers, data servers, and query servers. Flexible locking mechanisms, including multiple readers, one writer (MROW) for non-blocking writes, allow Objectivity/DB to achieve high concurrency.
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