Difference between Yaacomo and and XAP

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. Yaacomo –
Yaacomo is a relational, OpenCL based in-memory database management system for real-time analytics and big data solutions was developed as a plug-and-play solution. Yaacomo is designed for efficiently utilizing the hardware via parallel computing.

Difference between XAP and Yaacomo :

S.No. XAP Yaacomo
1. It was developed by Gigaspaces Technologies and initially released in 2000. It was developed by Q2WEB GmbH and initially released in 2009.
2. It’s primary database model are Document Store and Key-Value Store. It’s primary database model is Relational DBMS.
3. It’s secondary database model is Object-Oriented DBMS. It has no secondary database model.
4. Server operating systems of XAP are Linux, macOS, Solaris and Windows. Server operating systems of Yaacomo are Android, Linux and Windows.
5. XAP supports APIs like GigaSpaces LRMI, Hibernate, JCache, JDBC, JPA, ODBC, RESTful HTTP API and Spring Data. APIs and other access methods of Yaacomo are JDBC and ODBC.
6. XAP has ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability) Transaction concepts. Yaacomo also has ACID (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability) Transaction concepts.
7. Replication methods of XAP are Master-master replication and Master-slave replication. Replication methods of Yaacomo is Master-slave replication.
8. Partitioning methods of XAP is Sharding. Partitioning methods of Yaacomo is Horizontal Partitioning.
9. It does not have concept of Foreign keys. It has concept of Foreign keys.

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