Build Once, Deploy With Any Database
SourcePro DB provides an object-oriented interface that abstracts away the complexity of writing database applications, yet allows developers to drill down to the native database client libraries if needed. It supplies a consistent, high-level C++ interface to relational databases, increasing security, speeding development, and reducing complexity.
SourcePro DB offers a layered architecture consisting of the database-independent Interface module and a variety of database-specific access modules giving direct access to the latest versions of Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, DB2, MySQL, Sybase, MariaDB, and PostgreSQL databases - as well as an ODBC driver for other databases like Informix and NoSQL databases like Cassandra, MongoDB, Redis etc.
SourcePro DB offers significant benefits for developers working with a single database or multiple databases:
Handling Large Data Sets
Big data and fast processing are the challenges of today and SourcePro DB is more than up to it. Supporting key cloud providers such as SQL Azure and Oracle, SourcePro DB connects seamlessly to cloud-based data and elastic-scale tools to solve your big relational data set needs.
With SourcePro DB, you can move analytics into the database with native support for embedded analytics solutions such as JMSL Library with Oracle, and using IMSL C Library analytics with SourcePro DB.
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SourcePro DB Features
|Consistent, object-oriented programming interface to multiple back-end databases||Encapsulates leading relational database vendors' APIs and is universal for all applications regardless of which database is used. Frees developers from dealing with the low-level details of a particular database vendor's API, allowing them to concentrate on domain-specific issues and build appropriate data models. It allows developers to write programs that are reusable with many different types of relational databases. Allows developers to drill down to the native database APIs for added control when needed. Be freed from having to generate SQL programmatically.|
|C++ classes that encapsulate SQL 92 Data Manipulation Language (DML) and Data Definition Language (DDL) constructs||Quickly learn to code multi-database applications because only one API must be learned. Higher-level abstractions allow for shorter, cleaner applications and facilitate code reuse.|
|Open SQL interface||Take advantage of database-specific features to maximize performance. Gain tight control over statements and their binding and execution semantics.|
|Optional schema caching||Improves performance in situations where database schemas do not change often.|
|"Native" Access Modules for Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, DB2, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sybase and ODBC||Provides native, high-performance implementations for supported vendor databases. Port to other databases with no code changes. The same API philosophy across all classes, to minimize internal training cost.|