Cybercluster is a multi-master replication solution. Cybercluster has no single point of failure, an integrated load balancer, an integrated replication server, a monitoring server (to track replication), a consistency checker, an optional 2 Phase Commit for cluster-wide writing, support for all PostgreSQL features. Cybercluster is easy to setup. In contrast to many other solutions, Cybercluster is built on top of the PostgreSQL core and has full access to PostgreSQL internals. Cybercluster is heavily based on the concepts of PGCluster.
OAMP stands for (O)penBSD + (A)pache + (M)ySQL + (P)ostgreSQL + PHP. It is the OpenBSD cousin of LAMP, except that it also provides the SQlite database engine, Perl, Ruby, and Python. In addition, OAMP provides phpMyAdmin and phpPgAdmin for easy administration of MySQL and PostgreSQL over the Web.
With the PHP Text File Interface (Txt-Db-API) you can access normal text files like an SQL Database. You don't need any special database software on the Web server, yet you can still use SQL calls. You can use the API to create, query, change, or delete SQL tables, and you don't have to bother with the text files themselves; almost everthing can be done with the supported API calls. The Txt-Db-API is object-oriented and very simple to use.
PostgreSQL for Solaris@sparc is a version of the PostgreSQL object-relational database optimized for SUN Solaris (SPARC). It features automatic installation, automatic startup (with logfiles), automatic TCP/IP configuration, Windows and Uniux tools for administering the database, extended init scripts, extended man pages, and more.
SQLiteDBMS is a database management server for SQLite. It allows an sqlite3 process to be accessed via a TCP/IP network. It provides Extended SQL, SSL, basic authentication, query caching, WebDAV, access control, and replication. It includes a simple Web server that takes HTTP requests and sends XML responses.