Difference between UniData,UniVerse and Yanza

1. UniData, UniVerse :
It is a MultiValue database and application server with SQL mapping layer and meta database capabilities. It 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.

2. Yanza :
It is Time Series DBMS for Internet of Things (IoT) Applications and Developed by Yanza. Its Server Operating system is Window and supports HTTP API.



Difference between UniData, UniVerse and Yanza :

S.NO. UniData, UniVerse Yanza
1 Developed by Rocket Software and initially released on 1985. Developed by Yanza and initially released on 2015.
2 Server operating systems of UniData, UniVerse is AIX, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, Windows. Server operating systems of Yanza is Windows.
3 Its primary database model is Multivalue DBMS. Its primary database model is Time Series DBMS.
6 UniData, UniVerse supports .Net, Basic, C, Java, programming languages. Yanza supports any language that supports HTTP calls.
7 APIs and other access methods of UniData, UniVerse is Java API, JDBC, ODBC, OLE DB, Proprietary protocol, RESTful HTTP API, SOAP-based API. Yanza supports HTTP API.
8 Yes, UniData, UniVerse has a schema-free Data Schema. Data scheme of Yanza is schema-free.
9 It has Implementation language C . It doesn’t has any Implementation language.
10 ACID (atomicity, consistency, isolation, durability) Transaction concepts in UniData, UniVerseServer. Its doesn’t holds transaction concepts.
11 Replication methods of UniData, UniVerse Master-slave replication. Absence of Replication methods in Yanza.
12 UniData, UniVerse doesn’t hold Consistency concept. Yanza has Immediate Consistency concept.

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