Oracle has a long standing commitment to open source and has invested significant resources in developing, testing, optimizing, and supporting open technologies such as Kubernetes, MySQL, GlassFish, Java, Linux, PHP, Apache, Eclipse, Berkeley DB
, NetBeans, VirtualBox, and Xen.
Oracle Tuxedo 11g also features enhancements to Oracle Tuxedo Application Rehosting Workbench 11g and Oracle Tuxedo Application Runtime for CICS and Batch 11g, providing integration with Oracle Berkeley DB
and COBOL-IT compiler, Oracle said.
But, conveniently, Berkeley DB
gave Oracle a good foundation on which to build for a more scalable nonrelational datastore.
 is a customizable embedded database system.
lt;p>"The license terms attached to products have become secondary to the value it offers," says Mike Olson, the CEO of Cloudera and the founder of Sleepy Cat, which he sold to Oracle in 2006 when the Berkeley DB
derivative had more than 200 million deployments.
Oracle Berkeley DB
-- for high performance, non-relational data management; and
Products within the Oracle's embedded research include the Oracle TimesTen in- memory database, Berkeley DB
, Oracle Database Lite, and Oracle 10g RAC.
This version of Subversion is a Universal application, compatible with both Intel and PowerPC based Macs, and includes the Java, Perl, Python and Ruby bindings as well as Berkeley DB
In fact, in addition to the software we have developed, our system is based on many very successful and well-known open-source packages, including the Linux operating system (including Debian, RedHat, and Suse variants), MySQL and Berkeley DB
databases management packages, and Apache Web server software.
Although in theory squidGuard could be used with any database, the developers recommend Berkeley DB
MySQL Max includes all MySQL Pro functionality as well as the Berkeley DB
storage engine (BDB) and other new leading-edge features.
MaxSQL combines the interface of MySQL AB's data access language and SQL services with the transaction and data management services of Sleepycat Software's Berkeley DB