Performing data related tasks is crucial for business success.
- oracle.com Oracle
- software.ibm.com/data/db2/linux IDM DB2
- mysql.com MySQL
- ispras.ru/~kml/gss GNU SQL
- postgresql Postgre SQL
- open-source relational database, available under the GPL license
- used in popular web applications like WordPress
- It includes SQL and NoSQL for developing both relational and NoSQL applications.
- Open-source relational database management system
- The latest version of MariaDB includes GIS and JSON functionality
- Since 2015, Microsoft Azure and Amazon RDS support the database.
- A cross-platform document-oriented database classified as a NoSQL database program
- Licensed under the Server Side Public License
- It uses JSON-like documents with schema
- Key features include ad hoc queries, indexing, real-time aggregation, and a document model that maps to the objects in application code.
- An object-relational database system that uses and extends the SQL language.
- It conforms to 160 of the 179 mandatory features for SQL:2-11
- Core conformance, and supports a wide variety of data types.
- Users can build applications, protect data integrity, and build fault-tolerant environments.
- The most widely used secured, object-relational database management software.
- Incorporates cloud computing
- It supports multiple Windows, Linux, and UNIX versions.
- Supports large databases, occupies less space, and reduces CPU time to process data.
SQL Server Management Studio
- A set of user-friendly graphical tools and a variety of script editors to access and manage SQL Server.
- An all-in-one solution to profile and tune database performance.
- A relational database management system contained in a C library, as a self-contained, serverless, transactional SQL database engine.
- The database format is cross-platform and can freely copy to any database between 32 and 64-bits.
- A relational database with ANSI SQL standard features.
- It provides concurrency, high-performance, and language support for stored procedures and triggers.
- IDPL licensing
- Since 1981, it is a commercially independent project of C and C++ programmers.
An open-source relational database management system created by a collaboration of engineers from several companies (Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, Alibaba).
- The open-source relational database is written entirely in Java and available under the Apache License, Version 2.0. Hence, users can embed it in any Java-based solution.
- Derby’s footprint is only 3.5 megabytes for the base engine and embedded JDBC driver.
- It supports the client-server model with Derby Network Client JDBC driver and Derby Network Server
- It is an open-source data-warehouse built on top of the Apache Hadoop ecosystem
- Facilitate data summarization, ad-hoc batch SQL-like queries, and the analysis of enormous unstructured data volumes stored in various databases and file systems that integrate with Hadoop.
- It integrates with traditional data center solutions that use the JDBC/ODBC interface.
- It is an open-source graph database management system optimizing fast management, storage, and traversal of nodes and relationships.
- Provides real-time performance, and features a flexible schema, drivers for popular languages and frameworks, cloud connectivity, hot backups, and data import capabilities.