Compare Adabas vs. Versant ODBMS

Adabas is ranked 9th in Non-Relational Databases while Versant ODBMS is ranked 11th in Non-Relational Databases. Adabas is rated 0, while Versant ODBMS is rated 0. On the other hand, Adabas is most compared with IBM IMS, CA IDMS and Oracle Berkeley DB, whereas Versant ODBMS is most compared with Actian db4o.
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Overview

Database server for large and mission-critical business applications that require sub-second response times.

Actian NoSQL object technology enables software developers to handle database requirements for extremely complex object models with ease and is used by the world’s largest companies for applications with very large scale data management requirements. Actian NoSQL doesn’t need mapping code to store or retrieve objects, so schema modifications can be handled without application downtime. Fault tolerance, synchronous and asynchronous replication, high availability and excellent scalability make Actian NoSQL ready for the enterprise.
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Public Authority of Civil Information (PACI), Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EMM), Alliance Healthcare, Florida State College, Smals, Santander Consumer Bank Austria, Apollo-OptikPediatrix Medical Group, Pinnergy, The Rohatyn Group, Henry Schein, Groupe Adeo, Zoho, TimoCom, Xactly
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