What makes eXtremeDB different?
Platform independent eXtremeDB has been a Linux database management system from the beginning. Setting, then breaking, our own speed records.
eXtremeDB was originally designed and optimized to be an in-memory database system (IMDS) and this distinction allows for improved performance. Learn why here.
The eXtremeDB hybrid database system offers the strengths of the on-disk and all-in-memory approaches to data management in a single database system.
Active Replication Fabric
eXtremeDB Active Replication Fabric stages data during network malfunctions or outages, then sends the relevant historical data to the network as soon as the connection is reestablished.
- mobile IoT systems that move in/out of coverage
- battery operated field devices’ need to conserve power
Embedded and Client Server
Fast, flexible eXtremeDB is Linux database management wherever you need it. The eXtremeDB IoT SDK runs on the device, gateway and server, a bundled setup that eliminates the need to learn different DBMS and leverages staff skills. Devices and servers communicate flawlessly.
Features for the Fastest Database
- Multiple Database Index Types
- Cache Management
- Resource Conflict Resolution
- Data Compression
Additional features that make eXtremeDB the fastest Linux database management system
Features for Professional Developers
eXtremeDB was developed to be a powerful tool for the professional developer, offering adaptable architecture, powerful run-time features, and unmatched developer flexibility to tailor a Linux database for a competative advantage.
Articles for Professional Developers
- “A McObject Focus—What’s Changing in the Satellite Industry?” SatMagazine
- “Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Database Usage in Rail Systems” insight.tech
- “SCADA as You’ve Never Seen It Before“ Nuclear Engineering International
See a list of articles
White Papers for Professional Developers
Read Portability Techniques for Embedded Systems Data Management to learn how eXtremeDB can be a Linux database management system, as well as Windows, VXWorks, MacOS, etc.
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