Immutable database (storage) based on Key=Value (NoSQL) principles. A database without the ability to change previously stored data.
System for reliable data management, change of format and protocol for saved data. Quick data replication, restoration and back-up with ability to create your own formats and achieve fast replication of big data volumes with our high-performance storage system.
More reliable than traditional Databases due to scaling and the ability to replicate and distribute data storage to many servers.See prices
Native replications are performed at the core storage level. Credits core algorithms, network protocols and innovative resource usage provide for fast efficient data transmission at scale.See prices
Fast data writing, ranging from 500,000 per second on Windows Nodes to 1,000,000 per second on Linux Nodes with Credits usage algorithms for parallel data reading and writing operations.See prices
Inability to change and\or delete transactions or data stored in the DB. All information is stored in interconnected blocks which prevents data tampering by a DB Administrator.See prices
Full logging of DB actions; all transactions and logs are saved to provide fast and secure system for storage restoration after emergency shutdown.See prices
|Features||Credits DBMS||MS SQL 2016||Mongo DB||Oracle 12i||My SQL|
|CRUD||No (without using of relational DB)||Yes (with using of relational DB)||Yes (with using of relational DB)||Yes (with using of relational DB)||Yes (with using of relational DB)|
|Data immutability||Yes (with using of blockchain structure)||No||No||No||No|
|Decentralized||Yes (with using of blockchain structure)||No||No||No||No|
|Storage Procedure||YES (JAVA)||Yes (T-SQL)||No||Yes (T-SQL)||No|
|BigData||Yes (large-database partition)||No||Yes (NoSQL)||Yes (Enterprise versions)||No|
|Platform||Linux, Windows||Windows||Linux, Windows||Linux, Windows||Linux, Windows|
|InMemory||Yes||No||Yes||Yes (Enterprise versions)||No|
|Built-in replication||Yes (On-Line mode)||No||Yes (sharding mode)||No||No|