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MySQL, the most popular Open Source SQL database management system, is developed, distributed, and supported by Oracle Corporation.
PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source relational database system. It has more than 15 years of active development and a proven architecture that has earned it a strong reputation for reliability, data integrity, and correctness. It runs on all major operating systems, including Linux, UNIX (AIX ... [More]
hsqldb is a relational database engine written in Java with a JDBC driver that supports a subset of ANSI SQL:1999. It offers a small, fast database engine. Embedded and server modes are available. It includes tools such as a minimal Web server, in-memory query and management tools (which can be run ... [More]
Ingres Database is the open source database management system that can reduce IT costs and time to value while providing the strength and features expected from an enterprise class database. Ingres Database is a leader in supporting business critical applications and helping manage the most ... [More]
CUBRID is a comprehensive open source relational database management system highly optimized for Web Applications and written in C/C++. Includes JDBC, CSQL for command line administration, PHP & Ruby Libraries to connect to CUBRID.
Kontrollbase is a MySQL monitoring, analytics, reporting, and historical analysis webapp for MySQL database administrators and advanced users of MySQL databases. It is an enterprise grade rich-internet application that is built on the open-source software model and features advanced frameworks to ... [More]
DescriptionThis project is targeted on transferring data changes in tables from one database to another. All changes are monitored using trigger mechanism in database. Runs both on Linux and Windows. All suggestions welcome.
CloudB covers a gray area in the data storage segment, by providing a scalable, distributable and robust system. Many would define it as being in the stream of no-SQL movement, but it's actually data-model agnostic: this means it could also support an SQL model over a distributed network. ... [More]