OpenBase SQL Overview

What is OpenBase SQL?

OpenBase SQL is a database server application that provides high-speed access to structured data. SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is the mechanism by which client applications are able to communicate requests to a server that manages the data for the client. Most client-server databases have adopted the SQL standard because it lowers the network communication requirements between applications and databases. But while SQL databases may have the SQL language in common, they can differ in important ways.

What makes OpenBase SQL different?

OpenBase SQL is designed to lower the total cost-of-ownership for business customers. It comes with built-in fault-tolerance and ease-of-use, so you can concentrate on your your business tasks, instead of worrying about the database.

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Additional Developer Resources

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