Difference between AlaSQL and Altibase

1. AlaSQL :
AlaSQL is a client-side in-memory SQL database designed to work in browser and Node.js. It is free and open-source SQL database for Javascript with strong focus on query speed and data source flexibility for relational data, schemaless data, and graph data. It is developed by Andrey Gershun & Mathias R. Wulff in year 2014.

2. Altibase :
Altibase is an open-source relational database. First version of it is called Spiner which was released in 2000. It is enterprise-grade, in-memory, hybrid, high-performance RDBMS. It is manufactured by Altibase Corporation. It supports complete SQL standard. It also features Multiversion concurrency control (MVCC), implements Fuzzy and Ping-Pong Checkpointing.



Difference between AlaSQL and Altibase :

S.NO. ALASQL ALTIBASE
1. It was developed by Andrey Gershun & Mathias R. Wulff in 2014. It was developed by Altibase in 1999.
2. It is JavaScript DBMS library. It is enterprise-grade, high-performance RDBMS
3. AlaSQL is written in JavaScript language. Altibase is written in C++ language.
4. It is server-less and requires JavaScript environment Server operating systems for Altibase are AIX, HP-UX, and Linux.
5. Primary database models of AlaSQL are Document store and Relational DBMS. Its primary database model is high-performance Relational DBMS
6. It does not support Server-side scripting It stored procedures and stored functions.
7. There is no partitioning method. Supported partitioning method is Sharding.
8. It supports SQL query language but no user access control, stored procedures, and host language bindings. It uses ANSI SQL-92 as query language
9. It does not support any replication methods It supports replication methods.
10. Supported programming language is JavaScript Supported programming languages are C, C++, and Java.

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