Jul 9 – 11, 2007
Vilnius, Lithuania
Europe/Zurich timezone

Object databases for Python

Jul 9, 2007, 9:00 AM
Zeta (Vilnius, Lithuania)


Vilnius, Lithuania

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Mr Markus Franz (Metager2, SuMa-eV)


After years of decline, object databases are now becoming more and more important again because of new open source systems. Their data objects directly appear as programming language objects without any mapping - avoiding the impedance mismatch between objects and relational tables. Most object databases are designed to work well with languages such as Java, C# or C++. This talk covers object database systems for Python with market overview, evalution of products and case studies from enterprise environments. Not only systems with direct access from within Python, but also complex ones with a Java bridge, for example, are shown.

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Mr Markus Franz (Metager2, SuMa-eV)

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