April 16, 2002
McObject releases eXtremeDB 2.0 in-memory database system
Ted Kenney writes, "McObject has released version 2.0 of its eXtremeDB small footprint, in-memory database system (IMDS) for intelligent devices on Linux. New features improve developer flexibility and enhance the performance and run-time capabilities of applications based on eXtremeDB. In addition to overall performance gains, new features in eXtremeDB 2.0 include object-versioning--which allows the database to keep a history of versions of an object--and notifications, which notifies another application process when something of interest in the database has changed. New data types supported including 8-byte integers and autoid. For more information or to download an evaluation copy, click here."