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Adabas

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What is Adabas?

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

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What is Adabas?

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

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October 29, 2021

Adabas Review

Gadi Ben-Avi | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 6 out of 10
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We use Adabas on all of our applications on our mainframe. It is used for a Payroll application and for a Foreign Trade application. I am not the Adabas DBA, so I only support them from the z/OS side. It seems to me that it is a lot less work to manage than other DBMS's.
  • It's efficient
  • uses relativly few resources
  • Using newer features of z/OS
  • pricing
It's well suited for applications running on z/OS I wouldn't consider it for applications on other operating systems
  • Efficient
  • Easy to Manage
  • Every time we want to upgrade our computer, the pricing for adabas is a big concern
Adabas uses resources better than DB2, but it doesn't use newer features of the hardware or operating system.
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DBA's, developers
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  • Efficiency
  • consumes less resources
  • Nothing I can really think of
Converting to another DBMS is a huge project.
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