DBMS Software Features

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DBMS Features (2)

The DBMS listed below include systems designed to worked with relational, document store, key value store and graph databases. All features are listed in worksheet #4 on this spreadsheet.

Database Management Software

The database management software identified in rows 18-34 include:
  • MarkLogic is a document and RDF store operational and transactional Enterprise NoSQL database.
  • Memcached is an in-memory key-value store, originally intended for caching.
  • MongoDB is a document store DBMS available both as a fully managed cloud service and for deployment on self-managed infrastructure.
  • mySQL is a simple and lightweight RDBMS.
  • Neo4j is an open source graph database.
  • Oracle RDBMS is a multi-model DBMS which can be used with document, graph, key/value databases.
  • OrientDB is also a multi-model DBMS which can be used with document, graph, key/value databases.
  • POSTGreSQL is a widely used open source RDBMS.
  • Redis is an in-memory data structure store, used as database, cache and message broker.
  • SAP Adaptive Server (ASE) is an enterprise-class RDBMS.
  • SAP HANA is an in-memory, column based data store. It can be used onsite or in the cloud.
  • Solr is a widely used enterprise search engine based on Apache Lucene.
  • Spark SQL is a component on top of 'Spark Core' for structured data processing.
  • Splunk is an analytics platform using a search engine for Big Data.
  • SQLite is a widely used in-process RDBMS.
  • Teradata is a hybrid relational cloud data analytics software platform.
  • Vertica is a columnar relational DBMS designed to handle modern analytic workloads, enabling fast query performance.
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DBMS Features (1)

The DBMS listed below include systems designed to worked with relational, document store, key value store and graph databases. All features are listed in worksheet #4 on this spreadsheet.

Database Management Software

The database management software identified in rows 3-17 include
  • Amazon Document is a DBMS for document store DBs.
  • Amazon Dynamo is a hosted, scalable database service which cab be used on Amazon DBs that use Document Store and Key Value Store.
  • Amazon Neptune is used with DB's storing graphs and RFD data.
  • Amazon Redshift is a large scale relational DBMS for data warehouse service for use with business intelligence tools
  • Amazon Simple DB is a simple DBMS designed to work with key value store DBs.
  • Cassandra is a wide-column store NoSQL DBMS that works with large amounts of data.
  • DBase was the first relational database created to be accessed from a PC.
  • Firebase Realtime DBMS is a cloud-hosted realtime DBMS to be used with document store DB.
  • Firebird is an open source RDBMS.
  • Google Cloud SQL is a large scale relational data warehouse service with append-only tables.
  • Greenplum Database is a massively parallel processing (MPP) relational database server with an architecture specially designed to manage large-scale analytic data warehouses and business intelligence workloads.
  • HBase is a wide-column store based on Apache Hadoop and on concepts of BigTable large data stores
  • Hive is relational data warehouse software for querying and managing large distributed datasets, built on Hadoop.
  • Impala is an Analytic DBMS for Hadoop.
  • Influx DB is a DBMS for storing time series, events and metrics.
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Database Management Software Features

The features of each of the identified databases from worksheet #2 are shown on worksheet #3 here.

Features

The categories of the features of the identified database management software solutions are:

Research Strategy

In order to ensure consistency, the industry standard terms for the technical features above were researched and used.
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