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ObjectStore

An object database management system (ODBMS) for Windows, Linux and various Unix versions from the Real Time Division of Progress Software, Bedford, MA (www.progress.com/realtime). Used for storing C++ and Java objects natively, ObjectStore can also manage complex, in-memory structures in the database as an extension to main memory. Noted for its fast performance and reliability, ObjectStore supports clustering, backup and replication.
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