MckoiDDB is a database system used by software developers to create applications that store data over a cluster of machines in a network. It is designed to be used in online environments where there are very large sets of both small and big data items that need to be stored, accessed and indexed efficiently in a network cluster. The focus of the MckoiDDB architecture is to support low latency query performance, provide strong data consistency through snapshot transaction isolation, and provide tools to manage logical data models that may change dramatically in physical network environments that may experience similar dramatic change.
MckoiDDB is written in 100% Java and runs on any operating system that supports Java 1.6. MckoiDDB is released under the GPLv3 open source license. Read more about the license on the license page.
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MckoiDDB is open source software, released under the GPL version 3. Please read the license page before downloading the software.
The following current releases are available to download;
Note: The SQL package also includes the MckoiDDB binaries.
The latest development snapshot can be fetched from the Mckoi Git Server.