eXtremeDB multi-layered security protects your database.
eXtremeDB offers built-in data management security at rest and in transit. Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) on the database page level detects any unauthorized modification to stored data, while AES encryption employs a user-provided cipher to prevent access or tampering. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) is supported in all communications (client/server, High Availability and Cluster).
With AES encryption enabled, even a successful breach of network security will not expose database content to a bad actor.
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Our eXtremeDB HTML documentation includes an extensive online library to introduce eXtremeDB, walk you through the installation process, and the use of key features.
Online DBMS documentation menu items include:
- The eXtremeDB Product Family
- eXtremeDB Supported Platforms
- What’s New in This Release
- Getting Started
- eXtremeDB Fundamental Concepts
- eXtremeDB User’s Guides
- Programming with eXtremeDB
- SQL Samples
- Using the eXtremeDB Feed Handler
(Includes modules for Thomson Reuters RFA and Vela SMDS frameworks, as well as a test module provided for demonstration of the Feed Handler Module API)
- And database security.