Kernel Mode Database Systems for Real-Time Applications

 

With a lightweight, embedded all-in-memory database system, it is possible to integrate a very low-overhead, yet full-featured, database engine in the operating system kernel, to provide database services for kernel-based application code. This eliminates the context switches imposed by accessing a database in user space, and can improve performance dramatically. McObject’s eXtremeDB Kernel Mode is the first database system designed explicitly for kernel mode deployment. This video about kernel mode databases​ looks at key issues in kernel-mode database deployment, and presents the successful use case of a kernel mode database integrated within an embedded security application.

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eXtremeDB KM was the first database management system designed explicitly to run in the OS kernel.