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Unmatched Cloud Database Management

Raima delivers unmatched data management on the backend with a direct dialect offered to connect directly to the SymmetricDS replication solution. Developers can both embed Raima’s linkable library database solution directly into their application, to manage data nearly maintenance-free, and use the published APIs for extension, embedding into applications and remote management.

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					create database students;
create table class (
    class_id char(5) primary key,
    class_name char(29)
);
create table student (
    name char(35) primary key
);
create table intersect (
    begin_date integer,
    end_date integer,
    status char(9),
    current_grade integer,
    my_students char(5) references class,
    my_classes char(35) references student
);
				
			

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China Mainland & Taiwan

Hongke LOGO-Version 1

Mainland China

HongKe Technology Co., Ltd.
HQ:6/F, Building C, Runhui Technology estate, No. 18 Shenzhou Road, Huangpu Dist., Guangzhou City, China.
Offices: Guangzhou| Chengdu| Shanghai| Xi’an| Beijing| Hong Kong | Taiwan
Web:www.hohuln.com
Tel:400 999 3848
Mob(Wechat): +86 18138757655 Email:[email protected]

China Mainland & Taiwan

Hongke LOGO-Version 1

Mainland China

HongKe Technology Co., Ltd.
HQ:6/F, Building C, Runhui Technology estate, No. 18 Shenzhou Road, Huangpu Dist., Guangzhou City, China.
Offices: Guangzhou| Chengdu| Shanghai| Xi’an| Beijing| Hong Kong | Taiwan
Web:www.hohuln.com
Tel:400 999 3848
Mob(Wechat): +86 18138757655 Email:[email protected]

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Multiple Indexing Methods

RDM supports the use of B-tree, Hash, R-tree and AVL-tree indexes. B-tree, AVL -tree and Hash indexes are optimal for various types of numerical and character data, while R-Tree indexes are perfect for geospatial data. Raima supports whichever index type is most optimal for the mobile database developer.

Multiple Indexing Methods

RDM supports the use of B-tree, Hash, R-tree and AVL-tree indexes. B-tree, AVL -tree and Hash indexes are optimal for various types of numerical and character data, while R-Tree indexes are perfect for geospatial data. Raima supports whichever index type is most optimal for the mobile database developer.

Multiple Indexing Methods

RDM supports the use of B-tree, Hash, R-tree and AVL-tree indexes. B-tree, AVL -tree and Hash indexes are optimal for various types of numerical and character data, while R-Tree indexes are perfect for geospatial data. Raima supports whichever index type is most optimal for the mobile database developer.

Multiple Indexing Methods

RDM supports the use of B-tree, Hash, R-tree and AVL-tree indexes. B-tree, AVL -tree and Hash indexes are optimal for various types of numerical and character data, while R-Tree indexes are perfect for geospatial data. Raima supports whichever index type is most optimal for the mobile database developer.
Multi-Computer (Client/Server)

Multi-Computer Configuration - Amazingly Fast

When multiple computers are involved, they communicate through TCP/IP. If client and server are instead on the same computer, shared memory is used to speed it up.

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Multi-Thread Single Computer

Multi-Thread Single Computer Configuration - Even Faster

But when the runtime and TFS are in the same process, the inter-process communication is avoided, resulting in even more speed.

Multi-threaded applications are great for handling multiple windows on a screen, each with independent contents.

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Single-Thread (exclusive access)

Single-Thread (exclusive access) - Faster than that!

Simpler, single-user applications have an advantage because there is no concurrent access to the database, hence no locking or waiting.

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Single-Thread In-Memory

Single-Thread, In-Memory Database - The Absolute Fastest

Now, load the database from disk into memory and you have database management with all the stops pulled.

The RDM in-memory database option allows for volatile (it goes away when the application stops) and persistent (loaded from disk and saved to disk) databases.

It’s faster because there is no disk latency for reading and no waiting for disk writes during a transaction commit.

These are vulnerable to data loss if the application terminates without saving the data. Sometimes it’s a risk worth taking!

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How to Use Raima Database Manager with DBeaver

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How to Create a Database Using Raima Database Manager

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How to Get Started Using RDM on Windows

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Raima Database Manager Explained in 90 seconds

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Raima Database Manager (RDM) In 7 Minutes

Manager Scott Meder gives a presentation of RDM in 7 minutes. Transcripts:  In today’s IoT world massive amounts of data …

Advantages & Disadvantages of an In-Memory Database

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