Pervasive.SQL is a high performance, low-TCO database server designed to be easily embedded in applications and devices targeted for Linux, Novell, and Windows environments. Pervasive delivers both transactional and relational access methods to the application in a single box. Based on this unique model, the developer can use the data access model most appropriate for a given task. This means high-transaction volume applications can exploit the performance-optimized transactional access method while reporting, statistical and other complex query tasks are easily addressed through the relational access method.
databeans is a fully object oriented (not relational) persistence framework for Java, based on the use of the JavaBeans accessor methods to read and write data on disk instead of in the classes' instance fields. It is distributed (through RMI), transactional (with the 4 ANSI isolation levels supported), garbage collected (backed by an on-disk heap called "heapspace"), and has persistent versions of the Collection classes. It aims to provide a full-fledged solution for enterprise application development.
jBASE is an Application Development and Database Independent Management System that enhances and extends the UNIX, Windows NT and Windows '95 Operating Systems. jBASE also facilitates easy migration, and therefore to those Operating Systems, from other DBMS's, including Pick and Reality. jBASE consists of run-time, development and administrative components and is designed with Open Systems and Open Software in mind. jBASE allows the most flexible overall computing environment possible by allowing multiple Operating Systems and multiple Databases to interact together in one overall heterogeneous solution.
Lobotomy involves many sub-projects oriented to experimentation about new design for human-computer interaction and, more generally, a new way for home computing. It involves a relational filesystem, a window manager, and many libraries, tools, and daemons to automatically extract and handle metadata.
DBHawk is a Web-based Oracle tool that provides convenient database administration and development from home, office, or remote locations. It allows developers and DBAs to do various database tasks such as browse database objects, create new objects, view dependencies between various objects, generate DDL, execute SQL queries, run Explain Plan, and export results into HTML, CSV, or PDF format. It features storage management, security management, and the ability to monitor sessions, view/modify database parameters, browse v$views, etc. It is easy to install and straightforward to use on Windows, Linux, and Unix platforms.
This release of Domino further demonstrates Lotus' commitment to supporting multiple platforms on Domino and continuing the strong momentum Linux has generated in the enterprise and outsource community. <BR><BR> PS : Only the Server is available under linux at the moment. No client yet.