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  • ACEDB
    AceDB is a genome database designed specifically for handling bioinformatic data flexibly. It includes tools designed to manipulate genomic data, but is increasingly also used for non-biological data.
  • Albumine
    Albumine is a music database program. It treats the music collection as a structured collection of albums, not a chaotic pool of songs. Its major objective, apart from keeping your music easy to locate, access and share, is to help you automate the process of inserting new albums into the database.
  • Apache CouchDB
    Apache CouchDB, commonly referred to as CouchDB, is an open source, document-oriented, non-relational database management server accessible using a RESTful JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) API.
  • beFound!
    A sophisticated über-person-database written in PHP, Python and PostgreSQL, with integration into mutt and procmail. May also be used for reminding users of coming birthdays.
  • bemDB
    bemDB - A group health insurance benefit and enrollment database that strives to be HIPAA 834 compliant.
  • Cardfile
    Cardfile is a simple screen oriented database manager. It does have some rudimentary file formatting and printing capabilities.
  • Cascade DataHub
    (free for non-commercial use) Provides real-time asynchronous communication between registered clients using exception-based messaging. Eliminates synchronous polling and facilitates building applications with open modular architectures.
  • Cog
    Checkpointed Object Graph object database: provides semi-transparent persistence for large sets of interrelated Python objects. It handles automatic loading of objects on reference, and saving of modified objects back to disk. Reference counting is used to automatically remove no longer referenced objects from storage, and objects will be automatically be attached to the database if a persistent object references them.
  • ConceptBase
    ConceptBase is a multi-user deductive object manager mainly intended for conceptual modeling and coordination in design environments. The system implements O-Telos, a dialect of Telos which amalgamates properties of deductive and object-oriented languages.
  • ConDB
    ConDB is a free open-source convention database system, originally developed for CONduit. It is fairly raw and requires familiarity with Perl, Perl Objects, MySQL, Apache and Unix.
  • Curses Cardfile
    Cardfile is a curses-based cardfile program compatible with the files produced by Microsoft Cardfile for Windows. It has been tested on Solaris (SysV curses), Linux (ncurses), and Mac OS X (ncurses). It includes reverse-engineered documentation and Microsoft-supplied documentation on all three CRD formats. The release is endian clean and there are no known bugs. It allows maintaining Windows address books without having to boot up Virtual PC.
  • db.Linux
    (commercial) An advanced, high performance, small footprint embedded database for open source operating systems.
  • DbModeller
    DbModeller allows you to design a physical database model and generate the SQL commands to build the data structure.
  • DCDB
    DCDB is a database engine similar in scope to CodeBase, but is free and has a smaller footprint.
  • DICT
    A client/server dictionary database software; implementing the Dictionary Server Protocol, as described in RFC 2229. Read more
  • DOOW
    Database of our owlish wisdom: an knowledge-database based on MySQL and PHP4. It allows one or more people to insert solutions, ideas or whatever.
  • Emdros
    Emdros is an open source text database engine well suited to linguistic analysis and research.
  • ExodusII
    EXODUS II is a model developed to store and retrieve transient data for finite element analyses. It is used for preprocessing, postprocessing, as well as code to code data transfer. ExodusII is based on netcdf. Includes the nemesis parallel extension.
  • FreeSQL
    FreeSQL is an attempt to build a SQL layer for Freenet, so that you can use Freenet as the storage component for SQL-based applications. Implemented (for now) in perl, it strives for total SQL compliance, so that any SQL-based app can be ported to Freenet.
  • Genes
    A personal genealogy database application for use on (primarily) Linux systems. This project is just beginning.
  • gmbase
    gmbase is a program for maintaining a member database for a smaller organisation, it is fairly versatile and comes with many different options for configuration.
  • GridSQL
    GridSQL is a shared-nothing clustered database system for data warehousing designed for EnterpriseDB, Postgres Plus, and PostgreSQL. It includes intelligence to parallelize over multiple servers for achieving faster query response times.
  • Groonga
    Groonga is an open-source fulltext search engine and column store. It lets you write high-performance applications that requires fulltext search.
  • GT.M
    GT.M is a vetted, industrial strength, transaction processing application platform consisting of a database engine optimized for high TP throughput and a compiler for the M (aka MUMPS) programming language. GT.M is open-souce freeware on x86/Linux.
  • Hypertable
    Hypertable is a high performance, scalable database modeled after Google's Bigtable. It is designed to manage the storage and processing of information on a large cluster of commodity servers, providing resilience to machine and component failures.
  • Kaspaliste
    Kaspaliste is a knowledge database which handles all types of books, articles, journals, webpages, etc.
  • KRunning
    A database manager for your private running events, it counts the times, manages all datas and prints them.
  • LooperDB
    LooperDB is a secure, realtime, multithreaded database server for the collection and consolidation of alerts and messages. It can be used as a central MoM (manager of managers)-like database depicting the current-state of the network in real time.
  • muwed
    Muwed is a PostgreSQL based database for managing collections of mp3 or other music files, a few perl scripts to fill the database, and a PHP web front end to access the database and control the irmp3 player.
  • OneCMDB
    OneCMDB is an open source configuration management database engine that includes Nagios configuration, and NMAP discovery tools to populate the database. It is written in Java. No programming is required to create and manage the CMDB. Read more
  • OxStore
    OxStore is a key/value database modeled on the metaphor of human family, relationships, and spatial distribution.
  • PrimeBase XT
    PrimeBase XT (PBXT) is a transactional storage engine for MySQL. It uses a unique "write-once" update strategy and MVCC (multi-version concurrency control) to provide optimal performance over a wide range of tasks.
  • Qbib
    A Qddb database application that provides a convenient interface for managing your references and is capable of importing and exporting.
  • Recutils
    Recutils is a set of tools and libraries to access human-editable, text-based databases called recfiles. The data is stored as a sequence of records, each record containing an arbitrary number of named fields.
  • Riak
    Riak is an open source, highly scalable, fault-tolerant distributed database. Different than traditional relational databases and other ?NoSQL? non-relational databases ? Riak offers a number of unique benefits to users.
  • SIDB
    SIDB archives 2-D, 3-D images. Image files are stored unchanged in a central directory (archive). Users of the system are subdivided in groups, and whoever owns an image (by uploading it) can determine who else on the system is allowed to view and use the image. Files can be uploaded through HTML, or using a mounted (smb, NFS, etc..) drive.
  • TDB
    TDB is a Trivial Database. In concept, it is very much like GDBM, and BSD's DB except that it allows multiple simultaneous writers and uses locking internally to keep writers from trampling on each other. TDB is also extremely small.
  • Tiny Perl Database Application
    Tiny Perl Database Application (TPDA) is a generic database application written in Perl and based on Tk and related modules for the GUI, DBI and related DBD modules for database access, XML::Twig for configurations, and a few other modules.
  • TwinDB
    TwinDB is an embedded key/value database based on BerkeleyDB. It basically adds security from database corruption on top of the non-transactional version of BerkeleyDB



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