SQL Developer is a database administration and query tool that provides a single consistent interface for various databases. It allows you to visually navigate through your database structure and create and execute SQL queries and scripts the easy way. It can also reverse engineer complete data models with its integrated diagram editor.
VectorSpace Database (VSDB) provides multi-dimensional similarity search capability in a robust server package. It is a server that allows any socket-capable programming language to post and search vectorspaces of multi-dimensional data. Data can be of any base datatype (e.g. text, objects, dating profiles, sessions, ecommerce orders, etc.). VSDB also offers a clustering capability that can display groupings of data based on common dimensions. A built-in thesaurus feature can help bridge multiple-similar-dimensions in search or clustering.
The WisdomForce FastReader is a high-performance data transfer and migration product which enables transportation of data across multiple platforms in heterogeneous environments and significantly improves data accessibility. FastReader can unload and extract Oracle tables of any size into portable flat text files (or into a pipe) without compromising the performance of production database systems. The user can easily configure the output data format.
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.
JalistoPlus is lightweight, transactional, 100% pure Java database. It is object oriented and is able to directly persist and query for Java object graphs. It has a modular design and may be used either in single or multi-threaded mode. Besides basic operations (create, update, delete, and read), a query module is available. It offers a standard set of operators (i.e. equal, smaller, greater, not, and, or) to build the filter expression. Optionally, indexes may be defined on persistent fields to speed up query execution time.