eXtremeDB

eXtremeDB is an embedded DBMS that supports both on-disk and in-memory data storage managers. There are multiple editions of eXtremeDB that support columnar and time-series data.

History

McObject started in 2001 with the launch of the eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System.

Concurrency Control

Multi-version Concurrency Control (MVCC) Optimistic Concurrency Control (OCC)

eXtremeDB offers a multi-version concurrency control (MVCC) optimistic transaction manager and an alternative "pessimistic" MURSIW (MUltiple Reader, Single Writer) transaction manager.

Storage Model

Hybrid

eXtremeDB implements row-based layout for all data types other than sequences. Row and columnar layout can be combined in hybrid data designs to optimize performance managing mixed data.

Stored Procedures

Supported

Lua, Python or C++ based stored procedures run in the context of the SQL server and therefore minimizes client-server inter-process communication and attendant network overhead, and fully utilizes the multi-core nature of modern hardware.

Indexes

B+Tree Hash Table R-Tree K-D Tree Patricia/Radix Trie

eXtremeDB database offers multiple indexes, including the following: B-Trees for common sorting and searches, insertions, and deletions R-Trees for geospatial indexing (common in GPS/navigation systems) Hash tables for quickly locating a single unique index entry Patricia trie index, which speeds searches in networking and telephony applications Trigram indexes are ideal for text searches when the exact spelling of the target object is not precisely known. It finds objects which match the maximum number of three-character strings in the entered search terms, i.e., near matches. “Custom indexes” or b-trees that allow the application to define the collating sequence of entries; this is useful in implementing soundex algorithm searches, for example KD-Trees or k-dimensional trees, for spatial and pattern-matching tasks and in applications where query predicates contain various combinations of object fields (for example, to construct Query-By-Example, or QBE features)

Storage Architecture

Disk-oriented In-Memory Hybrid

eXtremeDB enables the developer to combine both database paradigms – in-memory and on-disk – in a single database instance. Specifying one set of data as transient (managed in memory), while choosing persistent storage for other record types, requires a simple database schema declaration.

Foreign Keys

Supported

Data Model

Relational

System Architecture

Shared-Nothing Shared-Memory Embedded

Compression

Run-Length Encoding

eXtremeDB stores pages in a compressed format and decompressed when accessed by the application. It uses run-length encoding (RLE) compression for time-series data (i.e., fields defined as the `sequence` data type). Compression and RLE are separate features that can be used individually. eXtremeDB also compresses network communications between a server and device with eXtremeDB’s Active Replication Fabric for IoT networks.

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Website

https://www.mcobject.com/

Source Code

https://www.mcobject.com/faq-general-questions/

Tech Docs

https://www.mcobject.com/docs/

Developer

McObject LLC

Country of Origin

US

Start Year

2001

Project Type

Commercial

Written in

C++

Licenses

Proprietary

Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EXtremeDB