on Object-Oriented Database Management Systems
Links to evaluations, benchmarks
the Right OODB Solution
A short comparison of ObjectStore, Versant, Poet,
and Objectivity mostly focusing on the evaluation criteria.
A web based object oriented database for MS Windows, accessed by
xml web services and seemingly also with VB.NET bindings. Access to a demo database
as well as a 30 days evaluation license is provided.
object-based database management system optimized for user interaction instead
of transaction processing. It includes a database browser providing secure access
to its server across the Internet. C++ binding for several flavours of UNIX. [Source
code freely available but not on website.]
Internet accessible object-oriented database that allows inherently
secure remote access to (legacy) data from fixed and wireless devices. Also provides
on-line schema evolution and access audit mechanisms.
memory database for embedded devices with no need for secondary storage persistency.
Provides ACID transactions. Schema compiler generates object-oriented-like interface
using C as target language. Available for Win32/Windows CE, QNX, VxWorks, Linux
3.0 compliant DBMS (including OQL) with manipulatable classes, templates and triggers.
Supports multi-database objects. C++ and Java bindings. [Free for educational
Object Oriented Database Management System (GOODS)
Fully distributed ODBMS
using a fat client model. The client side contains an adaptation layer to enable
language independence and metaobjects to represent different aspects of transactions
and caching. Currently only C++ bindings. [Open Source]
DBMS with SQL-like query language, arrays, computed attributes and a C++ API.
fast object-oriented database engine optimised for real-time and embedded applications.
C++ bindings under MS Windows.
storage engine with explicit object reads/writes for C++ programs. Supports schema
evolution. Available in source code.
Database Management Systems Revisited
This report provides a critical review
and technology assessment of Object-Oriented Database Management Systems and evaluates
seven major ODBMS.
compliant with the ODMG 3.0 standard. It's available as Just Edition (for small
applications) and Enterprise Edition with extra components for replication, load-balancing
and fault-tolerance. Supports Windows and Linux. Free Just version available on
single-user, object-oriented, main-memory database for Windows and PocketPC.
The Z Object Publishing Environment consists of an object database (ZODB)
and application server (ZServer) written in Python.
is an LGPL extension to the Zope DB that provides indexing