Difference between Transbase and Warp 10

1. Transbase :
Transbase is a resource-optimized, high-performance, universally applicable RDBMS, developed and maintained by Transaction Software GmbH, Munich. It is a relational database management system that supports all important functions of the SQL standard. The database of Transbase is extensible via additional functions and custom data types also provide parallel execution of queries via dynamic multithreading technology.

2. Warp 10 :
Warp 10 is a TimeSeries DBMS specialized on timestamped geo data based on LevelDB or HBase. Server operating systems of Warp 10 is Linux, OS X, Windows. It is the most advanced Time Series Platform. Warp 10 is an open-source Geo Time Series Platform designed to monitor systems and the Internet of Things and handle data coming from sensors.


Difference between Transbase and Warp 10 :

S.No. Transbase Warp 10
1. It was developed by Transaction Software GmbH and initially released in 1987. It was developed by SenX and initially released in 2015.
2. FreeBSD, Linux, macOS, Solaris and Windows are the server-operating systems of Transbase. Linux, OS X, Windows are the server-operating systems of Warp 10.
3. Primary database model is Relational DBMS. Primary database model is Time Series DBMS.
4. Supports C, C#, C++, Java, JavaScript, Kotlin, Objective-C, PHP, Python programming languages in Transbase. No such supported programming languages in Warp 10.
5. ADO.NET, JDBC, ODBC, Proprietary native API are the APIs and other access methods of Transbase. HTTP API, Jupyter, WebSocket are APIs and other access methods of Warp 10.
6. It has data schema. It has schema-free data schema.
7. Implementation language of Transbase are C and C++ . Implementation language of Warp 10 is Java.
8. It has transaction concepts. It has an absence of transaction concepts.
9. Replication method of Transbase is Master-Slave Replication. Replication method of Warp 10 is Selectable Replication Factor.
10. It holds Immediate Consistency concept. It holds Eventual Consistency concept.
11. It has the concept of Foreign keys. It does not have the concept of Foreign keys.
12. There is an absence of partitioning method in Transbase . Sharding is a partitioning method of Warp 10.

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