Compare IBM Db2 vs. IBM solidDB

IBM Db2 is ranked 6th in Relational Databases with 8 reviews while IBM solidDB is ranked 27th in Relational Databases. IBM Db2 is rated 8.0, while IBM solidDB is rated 0. The top reviewer of IBM Db2 writes "Robust, stable solution with good technical support". On the other hand, IBM Db2 is most compared with Oracle Database, SQL Server and MySQL, whereas IBM solidDB is most compared with MySQL, SQL Server and IBM Db2.
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I think that everyone knows that with IBM the standard price is higher than the others.We don't see what the specific price of the DB2 license is because we pay for the backup license as a package.Licensing fees are on a yearly basis.

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6th
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Reviews
9
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348
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8.0
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520
Comparisons
338
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0
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0
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Overview
DB2 Enterprise for Linux, UNIX, and Windows is the ideal data server for the most demanding workloads. New XML support is designed to help firms minimize the time and effort it takes to persist and use their XML data reducing development costs and improving business agility.

IBM solidDB is a relational database server that combines the high performance of in-memory tables with the nearly unlimited capacity of disk-based tables.

Pure in-memory databases are fast, but strictly limited by the size of memory. Pure disk-based databases allow nearly unlimited amounts of storage, but their performance is dominated by disk access. Even if the computer has enough memory to store the entire database in memory buffers, database servers that are designed for disk-based tables can be slow because the data structures that are optimal for disk-based tables are far from being optimal for in-memory tables. The solidDB solution is to provide a single hybrid database server that contains two optimized engines inside it:

  • The main-memory engine (MME) is optimized for in-memory access.
  • The disk-based engine (DBE) is optimized for disk-based access.

Both engines coexist inside the same server process, and a single SQL statement can access data from both engines.

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Sample Customers
Knorr-Bremse, Mizuho Bank Ltd., Australian Government Department of Defence, SCHWENK Zement, Friedhelm Loh Group, YAZAKI Europe Limited, Ekornes ASA, Baldor Electric, VSN Systemen BV, Lion Brewery (Ceylon) PLC, PLANSEE Group, TE Connectivity, Hansgrohe SE, Openmatics, University of TorontoIskratel
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Financial Services Firm45%
Insurance Company18%
University18%
Transportation Company9%
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Software R&D Company34%
Comms Service Provider12%
Insurance Company12%
Financial Services Firm10%
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