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Non-Relational Databases

Non-Relational Databases Overview

What are non-relational databases?

Non-relational databases do not use the rows / columns table format of relational databases. They have different and varying frameworks of storing and modeling data. The primary goal of these databases is increasing scalability and availability.

Non-Relational Databases Products

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FileMaker Pro

83 Ratings

Database software for individuals or teams. Allows users to create forms, reports and labels. Share on a network or over the web.

Neo4j

19 Ratings

Neo4j is an open source embeddable graph database developed by Neo Technologies based in San Mateo, California with an office in Sweden.

InterSystems Caché

7 Ratings

InterSystems Cache is a database management system (DBMS) and non-relational database.

FoxPro

6 Ratings

FoxPro is a programming language and DBMS formerly supported by Microsoft, now at its End of Life.

IBM IMS

3 Ratings

IBM IMS, for Information Management System, is a database and transaction server.

Titan

1 Ratings

Titan is an open-source distributed graph database developed by Aurelius. Aurelius is now part of Datastax (since February 2015).

Amazon SimpleDB

1 Ratings

Amazon SimpleDB is a non-relational data store.

Teradata Aster Database

2 Ratings

Teradata offers the Aster Database, an analytic database platform.

Amazon ElastiCache

2 Ratings

Amazon ElastiCache offers fully managed Redis and Memcached.

Sonic XML Server

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Sonic XML Server is a database management system (DBMS) offered by Progress Software.

Sparksee

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Sparksee is a graph database from Sparsity Technologies headquartered in Barcelona.

Oracle Berkeley DB

33 Ratings

Oracle Berkeley DB is an embedded or non-relational database management option originally developed by Sleepycat Software.

BigTable

5 Ratings

BigTable from Google, or Google Cloud BigTable, is a NoSQL database service.

db4o

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

db4o (database for objects) is an embeddable open source object database supported by Actian. However, Actian no longer promotes db4o's commercial version to new customers.

Clipper

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Clipper was a database building programming language, acquired by CA Technologies and branded CA-Clipper; product support for existing customers is offered by GrafX Software.

Tamino

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Tamino is an information management platform based on native XML and supported by Software AG.

ObjectStore

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

ObjectStore, once supported by Progress Software, now supported by Versata, is an object-oriented database development platform. ObjectStore Inc operates independently, and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

Versant FastObjects

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Versant FastObjects, now supported by Actian, is a transactional object client-server database.

Matisse

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Matisse is a non-relational database, from small company Matisse Software.

CA Datacom

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

CA Datacom is a database repository and DBMS offering from CA Technologies.

Versant ODBMS

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Versant ODBMS, now from Actian since the Versant acquisition, is a database management system.

Objectivity/DB

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Objectivity/DB is the flagship object oriented database technology from Objectivity Inc in San Jose, California.

Stardog

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Stardog from Complexible in Washington, DC is a graph database.

InfiniteGraph

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

InfiniteGraph is a graph database from Objectivity Inc in San Jose, California.

Adabas

We don't have enough ratings and reviews to provide an overall score.

Adabas is a database management system (DBMS) platform from Software AG.