Raima Database Manager is a relational database management system used by product developers. It is a linkable library of functions that becomes
part of the application program. It has multiple APIs available to C, C++, C# or Java programmers. Originally released in 1984 as db_VISTA, it
has been continuously improved, modernized and marketed for over 30 years. The two original developers are currently working at Raima.
As a DBMS, RDM does the "hard work" of data management that is very expensive to do yourself:
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- Safe data storage, recoverable even if the computer crashes.
- Transactional (all-or-nothing) updates.
- Multi-user, multi-computer configurability if necessary - or just one.
- Data structuring and relationships, full SQL queries.
Why Buy a Commercial DBMS When Open Source Is Available?
RDM was born in a time before Open Source, but its source code has always been available. Then, programmers wanted source code for security and understanding. Security, because you have
the ability to fix problems if you are forced to, and understanding, because you can read and build and step through the code to see how
production quality code is structured. This is the appeal of Open Source that Raima has satisfied from the beginning.
Product development is never done completely in-house. It's a partnership among many providers of software and hardware. RDM takes responsibility
for safe, structured and fast management of data. Raima is an extension to your team, bringing reliable software and database expertise
to your projects. When you need a long-term solution for your important products, compare the total-cost-of-ownership of RDM to any supported,
licensed Open Source database system.
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