1. WakandaDB :
2. VoltDB :
VoltDB is distributed in-memory NewSQL RDBMS and an ACID-compliant RDBMS that uses a shared nothing architecture. This database was designed by Michael Stonebraker, Sam Madden, and Daniel Abadi. Initially VoltDB database included graphs for cluster throughput and latency as well as CPU and memory usage. VoltDB is based on H-Store and scales with the increasing core-per-CPU counts on multi-core servers.
Difference between WakandaDB and VoltDB :
|1.||It was developed by Wakanda SAS and initially released in 2012.||It was developed by VoltDB Inc. and initially released in 2010.|
|2.||Its primary database model is Object-Oriented DBMS.||Its primary database model is Relational DBMS.|
|3.||Server operating systems of WakandaDB are Linux, OS X and Windows.||Server operating systems of VoltDB are Linux and OS X .|
|4.||WakandaDB supports RESTful HTTP API.||VoltDB supports Java API, JDBC, RESTful HTTP/JSON API.|
|5.||WakandaDB supports transaction concepts of ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability).||VoltDB also supports transaction concepts of ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability).|
|6.||There is an absence of replication methods in WakandaDB.||Replication methods of VoltDB are Master-Master Replication and Master-Slave Replication.|
|8.||It has Immediate Consistency concepts.||It does not hold any consistency concepts.|
|10.||There is a data scheme present in WakandaDB.||There is a data scheme present in VoltDB also.|
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