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OceanBase Database is a distributed relational database. It is developed entirely by Ant Group. OceanBase Database is built on a common server cluster. Based on the Paxos protocol and its distributed structure, OceanBase Database provides high availability and linear scalability. OceanBase Database is not dependent on specific hardware architectures.
An OceanBase cluster can be scaled out to 1,500 nodes transparently, handling petabytes of data and a trillion rows of records.
The only distributed database that has refreshed both TPC-C record, at 707 million tmpC, and TPC-H record, at 15.26 million QphH @30000GB.
Real-time Operational Analytics
A unified system for both transactional and real-time operational analytics workloads.
OceanBase Database adopts Paxos Consensus algorithm to achieve Zero RPO and less than 8 seconds of RTO. Supports intra-city/remote disaster recovery, enabling multi-activity in multiple locations and zero data loss.
OceanBase Database is highly compatible with MySQL, which ensures that zero or few modification is needed for migration.
The cutting-edge compression technology saves 70%-90% of storage costs without compromising performance. The multi-tenancy architecture achieves higher resource utilization.
See also key features for more details.
You can quickly deploy a standalone OceanBase Database to experience with the following commands.
Note: Linux Only
# download and install all-in-one package (internet connection is required) bash -c "$(curl -s https://obbusiness-private.oss-cn-shanghai.aliyuncs.com/download-center/opensource/oceanbase-all-in-one/installer.sh)" source ~/.oceanbase-all-in-one/bin/env.sh # quickly deploy OceanBase database obd demo
Start an OceanBase Database instance:
# Deploy a mini standalone instance. docker run -p 2881:2881 --name oceanbase-ce -e MINI_MODE=1 -d oceanbase/oceanbase-ce
Connect to the OceanBase Database instance:
docker exec -it oceanbase-ce ob-mysql sys # Connect to the root user of the sys tenant.
See OceanBase Developer Document to learn how to compile and deploy a manually compiled observer.
OceanBase has been serving more than 400 customers upgrade their database from different industries, including Financial Services, Telecom, Retail, Internet and more.
Contributions are highly appreciated. Read the development guide to getting started.
OceanBase Database is licensed under the Mulan Public License, Version 2. See the LICENSE file for more info.
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