In-memory technology is not just the latest buzz, it's spreading fast and is predicted to be highly disruptive. The first version of Oracle ran on a PDP-11 with 128KB or RAM. The amount of available RAM is constantly increasing with commodity servers approaching the 1TB mark, enough to hold 99% of all OLTP databases in memory1. The traditional RDBMS architecture, and the relational model along with it, are now obsolete.
OrigoDB enables you to build high quality, mission critical systems with real-time performance at a fraction of the time and cost. This is not marketing gibberish! Please read on for a no nonsense description of our features. Get in touch if you have questions or download and try it out today!
In-memory operations are orders of magnitude faster than disk operations. A single OrigoDB engine can execute millions of read transactions per second and thousands of write transactions per second with synchronous command journaling to a local SSD.
This is the #1 reason we built OrigoDB. A single object oriented domain model is far simpler than the full stack including a relational model, object/relational mapping, data access code, views and stored procedures. That's a lot of waste that can be eliminated!
The OrigoDB engine is 100% ACID out of the box. Commands execute one a time, transitioning the in-memory model from one consistent state to the next. The data model, commands and queries are all strongly typed, compile time checked, version controlled with the rest of your code and easily unit tested.
OrigoDB data models, commands and queries are written in C# with runtime access to the entire Mono/.NET class library. Create your own domain specific model, or go with a generic one:
Given the choice of data models, the possible applications are endless. Here are a few examples just to give you a general picture:
OrigoDB can be easily customized to meet your specific requirements. Choose from existing modules or implement custom plugins. Storage and wire formats:
The command journal contains a complete history of every change ever made to the database.
The OrigoDB Server REST api uses the widely supported JSON format allowing access from virtually any platform. Use the native NET client for optimal performance and the full set of features. Both interfaces support ad-hoc queries using the powerful LINQ syntax.
Easily administer OrigoDB Server using a simple and intuitive web-based interface.
If you're dealing with more data that can fit on a single server, OrigoDB supports data partitioning. Choose an appropriate data model, define a partitioning scheme then set up as many servers nodes as necessary.
OrigoDB Server runs on Mono/.NET on either Windows, Linux or MacOS and is based on the open source OrigoDB engine.
OrigoDB Server features master/slave replication with any number of readonly slaves, manual role switching and automatic client redirection.
Here are the major drawbacks: