Difference between XAP and Yanza
1. XAP :
XAP is a high-performance in-memory data grid for mission-critical applications. It provides an essential set of data store features such as transactions, indexes, and query language (SQL-like queries). It is a file format used to install and distribute application software.
2. Yanza :
Yanza is Time Series DBMS for The Internet of Things (IoT) applications. It was developed by Yanza. It’s Server Operating system is Window and supports HTTP API.
Difference between XAP and Yanza :
|1.||It was developed by Gigaspaces Technologies and initially released in 2000.||It was developed by Yanza and initially released in 2015.|
|2.||It’s primary database models are Document Store and Key-value Store and secondary database model is Object-Oriented DBMS.||It’s primary database model is Time Series DBMS.|
|3.||Server operating systems of XAP Linux, macOS, Solaris, Windows.||Server operating systems of Yanza is Windows.|
|4.||XAP supports GigaSpaces LRMI, Hibernate, JCache, JDBC, JPA, ODBC, RESTful HTTP API and Spring Data.||Yanza supports HTTP API.|
|5.||XAP has ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability) transaction concepts.||There is no transaction concept in Yanza.|
|6.||Replication methods of XAP are Master-Master replication and Master-Slave replication.||There is no replication method in Yanza.|
|7.||Partitioning method of XAP is Sharding.||There is no partitioning method in Yanza.|
|8.||XAP supports .Net, C++ and Java programming languages.||Yanza supports any language that supports HTTP calls.|
|9.||Implementation languages for XAP are Java, C++ and .Net.||There is no implemented language for Yanza.|