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Difference between UniData,UniVerse and Vertica

Last Updated : 29 Jun, 2020
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1. UniData, UniVerse :
It is a MultiValue database and application server with SQL mapping layer and meta database capabilities. UniData makes for easier database design, eliminating the constraints of SQL normalization. UniVerse is a component of the MultiValue application platform, Its advantages is fast, flexible data server for developing enterprise apps. UniVerse-based applications maximizing processing throughput of available resources, dynamically allocate available resources.

Vertica :
It is a Columnar relational DBMS which is designed to handle modern analytic workloads and enables fast query performance. Its headquarters is in Cambridge, MA, United States. It is an infrastructure-independent through which it supports deployments on multiple cloud platforms (AWS, Google Cloud, Azure), on-premises and natively on Hadoop nodes. Its Analytics Platform Community Edition was made available for free with certain limitations.

Difference between UniData, UniVerse and Vertica :

S.NO. UniData, UniVerse Vertica
1 Developed by Rocket Software and initially released on 1985. Developed by Vertica / Micro Focus and initially released on 2005 and Current release date- Vertica 10.0 Software, May 2020 and Vertica for SQL on Hadoop 10.0 Software, May 2020.
2 Server operating systems of UniData, UniVerse is AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, Windows. Linux is the Server operating system.
3 Primary database model is Multivalue DBMS. Primary database model is Relational DBMS.
4 Absence of Secondary database models. Secondary database models of Vertica is Document store.
5 UniData, UniVerse supports .Net, Basic, C, Java, programming languages. Supports C++, Java, Perl, Python, R, programming languages.
6 APIs and other access methods of UniData, UniVerse is Proprietary protocol, RESTful HTTP API, Java API, JDBC, ODBC, OLE DB, SOAP-based API. Vertica supports ADO.NET, JDBC, Kafka, ODBC, Proprietary protocol, RESTful HTTP, API.
7 Yes, UniData, UniVerse has a schema-free Data Schema. Yes, Vertica has a Data Schema.
8 It has Implementation language C . It doesn’t has any Implementation language.
9 ACID (atomicity, consistency, isolation, durability) Transaction concepts in UniData, UniVerse. Transaction concepts of VoltDB is ACID ( Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability).
10 Replication methods of UniData, UniVerse is Master-slave replication. Replication methods of Vertica is Master-slave replication.
11 UniData, UniVerse doesn’t hold Consistency concept. Yes, Vertica has Immediate Consistency concept.
12 Absence of Partitioning methods in UniData, UniVerse. Sharding partitioning methods is present.
13 It doesn’t holds Foreign keys. It holds Foreign keys.

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