eWeek: Apache Leader: Berkeley DB Java Edition Eases Hand-Rolling
Jun 23, 2004, 18:00 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Lisa Vaas)
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"Thanks to the marriage of open source and Java in Sleepycat's
new pure-Java version of Berkeley DB, many may reconsider whether
they need to use a relational database where simple data structures
will suffice, according to Alex Karasulu, technical lead for the
Apache Directory Project. The project is an attempt to centralize
naming and directory needs at the Apache Software Foundation.
"Sleepycat Software Inc.'s recent release of a pure-Java version
of its Berkeley DB open-source database is a win for Java
developers such as Karasulu, who's thrilled with the open-sourcing
of this general-purpose, typically embedded software..."