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Objectivity Launches Objectivity/DB 11.0

By   /  February 6, 2013  /  1 Comment

obby Angela Guess

According to a new article out of the company, “Objectivity, Inc., provider of the leading object and graph databases, today announced the availability of Objectivity/DB 11.0 with new enhancements to deployment, querying and object clustering for enhanced Big Data analysis. Objectivity/DB has been the leading object database for more than 20 years and is deployed in multiple verticals with customers including the Department of Defense, Ericsson, Siemens and X.” Leon Guzenda, Founder of Objectivity commented, “Objectivity/DB 11.0 is focused on overall development and deployment improvements that increase efficiency so customers can focus on developing applications. With enhanced flexibility and a powerful engine to increase querying power, 11.0 eases the pain of database management and puts the focus on discovery.”

The article continues, “Objectivity/DB helps developers of enterprise, government and web-scale services to manage and query data in high-volume, high-complexity and high-throughput environments. New features in Objectivity/DB 11.0 include: (1) Managed object-placement system – The only model-based technique for automatically placing new persistent objects in a federated database. (2) Enhanced Query Engine – Navigation query capability (Objectivity/C++) that supports navigation of persistent objects as a graph. (3) Enhanced query server – Extends the parallel query capability to support distributed graph navigation.”

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