Difference between Altibase and Amazon Redshift

1. Altibase :
The Altibase is an open-source relational database. First version of it is called Spiner which was released in 2000. It is an 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.

2. Amazon Redshift :
Amazon Redshift is an efficient solution to collect and store all your data and enables you to analyze it. It is a large scale data warehouse service for use with business intelligence tools. Feature of Amazon Redshift – fast, simple, cost-effective data warehousing service. It forms part of larger cloud-computing platform Amazon Web Services.



Difference between Altibase and Amazon Redshift :

S.NO. Altibase Amazon Redshift
1. Developed By Altibase in 1999. Developed By Amazon in 2012.
2. It is enterprise-grade, high-performance RDBMS. It is a large scale data warehouse service for use with business intelligence tools.
3. License of Altibase is Open Source. License of Amazon Redshift is commercial.
4. Server operating systems for Altibase are AIX, HP-UX, and Linux. In Amazon Redshift, Hosted server operating systems.
5. Its Primary database model is Relational DBMS. Its primary database model is Relational DBMS.
6. It stored procedures and stored functions. It supports user-defined functions for Server-side scripting in python.
7. It is not available as cloud service. It is available as cloud service.
8. It uses ANSI SQL-92 as query language. It supports SQL query language. But it does not fully support SQL-standard.
9. It is written in C++ language. It is written in C language.
10. It supports secondary indexes. It supports restricted secondary indexes.

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