2010年4月 2日

[installer 2319] Berkeley DB 5.0.21 (11g Release 2; library version 11.2.5.0.21)

Berkeley DB 5.0.21 (11g Release 2; library version 11.2.5.0.21)
出ています。

☆ db-5.0.21
http://www.sleepycat.com/products/db.shtml
http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/press/063695
http://download.oracle.com/berkeley-db/db-5.0.21.tar.gz

Oracle Announces Latest Release of OracleR Berkeley DB

Now Offers Interface for SQL Developers and Support for Android

Redwood Shores, Calif. ? March 23, 2010

News Facts

o Today, Oracle announced the latest release of OracleR Berkeley DB,
the high-performance, small footprint open source embeddable
database engine for mission-critical `edge' applications.

o Oracle Berkeley DB 11g Release 2 introduces a new SQL API, based on
SQLite, which is familiar to a large developer community and helps
simplify application development.

o New features include support for JDBC and ODBC connections to Oracle
Berkeley DB.

o In addition, Oracle Berkeley DB 11g Release 2 introduces support for
the Android platform, offering developers the ability to develop and
deploy a wide range of applications.

o Oracle Berkeley DB runs directly in the application that uses it,
enabling applications to execute faster in embedded environments
including handsets and mobile devices.

o Oracle Berkeley DB 11g Release 2 will be available for download on
March 31, 2010.

Faster, More Flexible Application Development

o Oracle Berkeley DB 11g Release 2 can help improve developer
productivity and simplify data synchronization. Key new features and
benefits include:

* New SQL API enables application developers to utilize SQL skills
with the flexibility to choose APIs that best meet their technical
requirements;

* Flexible configuration including the library, cache size, database
location and transactions under the control of embedding
application;

* Improved SQL concurrency, performance and reliability using Oracle
Berkeley DB storage engine's fine-grained locking mechanism and
write-ahead logging underneath the SQLite API;

* SQLite Tools integration means that all tools that work with
SQLite will also work with Oracle Berkeley DB, making it easier to
develop, deploy and manage Oracle Berkeley DB applications and
databases;

* Simplified Data synchronization using the Oracle Database Lite
Mobile Server which enables automatic provisioning and
synchronization of Oracle Berkeley DB mobile applications and
databases; and

* Android support has been added to Oracle Berkeley DB's long list
of supported platforms allowing application developers to deploy
Oracle Berkeley DB applications on an even broader range of
devices.

Supporting Quotes

o "Expanding Demand for applications that run at the 'edge` of the
network infrastructure, such as in switches, routers or mobile
networks, and on end-user mobile devices continues to grow rapidly,"
said Marie-Anne Neimat, vice president Development, Oracle. "These
applications need fast, scalable and reliable storage services for
the data on which they operate - yet must be self-managing and
operate without administrators. With new SQL capabilities and
Android support, Oracle Berkeley DB 11g Release 2 makes it easier
for developers to quickly develop and deploy new `edge' applications
that meet users' high performance and scalability demands."

o "Oracle Berkeley DB 11g Release 2 combines seamlessly the benefits
of SQLite's ubiquitous API with Oracle Berkeley DB's concurrency and
performance into an easy-to-use product," said Dr. Richard Hipp,
architect, SQLite. "SQLite users can now benefit from enhanced
concurrency and performance, and Oracle Berkeley DB users can now
benefit from an easy-to-use SQL API."

o "Oracle Berkeley DB's new SQLite-compatible SQL API offers powerful
features for its users and the SQLite community at large. The
combination of the two technologies provides developers with
tremendous flexibility in that a single SQL/API can now be used
across a broad spectrum of applications. Oracle has done a fantastic
job of not only integrating the technologies, but also being an
exemplary participant in the open source community by contributing
time, expertise and resources to the SQLite project," said Mike
Owens, author of "The Definitive Guide to SQLite."

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