Company Overview of McObject LLC
McObject LLC provides embedded database technology to meet the needs of connected devices. The company offers eXtremeDB real-time embedded database, which manages a volumes of complex data to support advanced application features; and Perst, an open source, object-oriented embedded database for Java and .NET developers. Its eXtremeDB family of products includes eXtremeDB In-Memory Database System, which designed for real-time applications and embedded systems; eXtremeDB Fusion that combines on-disk and in-memory data storage in a single embedded database system; eXtremeDB Cluster, a distributed real-time database system; eXtremeDB High Availability, which enables the deployment of two or mor...
22525 SE 64th Place
Issaquah, WA 98027
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for McObject LLC
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Vice President of Asia Pacific
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
McObject LLC Key Developments
McObject and Green Hills Software Announce Availability of McObject's eXtremeDB
Dec 3 13
McObject® and Green Hills Software announced the availability of McObject's latest release of its tiny-footprint eXtremeDB® In-Memory Database System (IMDS) product family with the most current release of Green Hills Software's INTEGRITY® real-time operating system (RTOS). The latest updates to eXtremeDB expand on its high availability and real-time performance. Enhancements include: Faster transaction logging via improved buffering and lightweight locking mechanisms; Improvements to eXtremeDB High Availability edition, including more control by applications over failover, and a streamlined API with simplified parameters and other improvements to ease development of high availability database applications; Proven support for non-volatile memory, including the new generation of non-volatile DIMMs (NVDIMMs); Better indexes. Hash indexes are now dynamic and grow as data is added, for greater speed and scalability. The R-tree index - used in mapping/geospatial applications - is faster and includes a new search type to find entries within a given radius of a point, such as the nearest gas station; "Mostly read" transactions that enable eXtremeDB to accelerate applications that write to the database only occasionally; An enhanced eXtremeDB Cluster edition, including a local tables option that exempts specified eXtremeDB tables from cluster-wide replication, to accelerate processing at the local node; and dynamic clustering to simplify nodes joining and leaving clusters; An improved Java Native Interface (JNI) including confirmed interoperability with the JamaicaVM hard real-time Java run-time environment, and Java class generators that process native database definition language (DDL) files (database schemas) and output code defining the equivalent .java classes.
Compass-EOS Integrates McObject's eXtremeDB High Availability Database In Breakthrough Photonics-Based Core Router
Jun 24 13
McObject announced that Compass-EOS has included eXtremeDB High Availability in the Compass-EOS r10004 core router, which is the first shipping product to use optical communication between line cards using silicon-to-photonics technology. This breakthrough approach, termed "radical" by industry analysts, lends the device dramatically greater speed and scalability, lower power consumption, a smaller footprint and other benefits for network operators whose hardware provides the Internet's backbone. Fault-tolerance is a critical requirement for these big carriers, which is where McObject's database system comes in. In the r10004 router's architecture, eXtremeDB High Availability resides on the control plane. The Compass-EOS r10004 router relies on the eXtremeDB High Availability database system's replication features to maintain two fully synchronized copies of the control plane database, on active and standby controller cards. If the main database instance becomes inoperable due to hardware or software failure, its responsibilities are immediately assumed by the standby. This enables Compass-EOS's core router to offer non-stop forwarding (NSF), protecting users against unplanned downtime. The Compass-EOS r10004 core router targets telecom carriers, content distribution networks and other service provider companies that seek to scale their networks while reducing complexity and minimizing operating costs. Chief among Compass-EOS' technical accomplishments is its silicon-to-photonics-based interconnect, an idea much-discussed but never before realized in a product.
McObject LLC Releases New eXtremeDB 5.0 Embedded DBMS
Apr 22 13
McObject has released eXtremeDB 5.0, the latest upgrade of its embedded database system, with new features that make eXtremeDB's clustering faster and more flexible, and further simplifies its administration. Additional improvements in version 5.0 accelerate performance across the eXtremeDB product family – including in its high availability, in-memory database system (IMDS), 64-bit and other editions – and provide new tools to make application development faster and easier. New features in eXtremeDB Cluster 5.0 include: A local tables option that exempts specified eXtremeDB tables from cluster-wide replication, to accelerate processing at the local node. Local tables are shareable, when desired, through a scatter/gather mechanism. Dynamic clustering, which enables nodes to join and leave clusters without interrupting processing. This further simplifies administration for a clustering database technology that counts minimal run-time maintenance as a defining characteristic. Support for Infiniband switched fabric interconnect. Infiniband reduces communication latency between eXtremeDB Cluster nodes and improve throughput and scalability. Support for the Message Passing Interface (MPI) standard, which increases messaging efficiency for parallel processing on distributed-memory systems (i.e. clusters) to deliver higher speed and scalability. Open and widely-used, MPI provides the additional benefits of developer familiarity and more portable code. In McObject's tests, eXtremeDB Cluster using Infiniband and MPI performed more than 7.5x faster than the same system implemented with plain vanilla gigabit networking (TCP/IP and Ethernet). MPI can also be used over Ethernet-TCP, and in McObject's tests this combination performed almost 1.5x faster than using TCP/IP over Ethernet. eXtremeDB Cluster's Infiniband and MPI support is provided on Linux in the current release. Other new features in version 5.0 reduce DBMS latency, and improve developer efficiency, in all eXtremeDB editions. Newly supported NUMERIC and DECIMAL data types provide more precise calculations than alternative FLOAT and DOUBLE types. By permitting integer operations, NUMERIC and DECIMAL data types enable faster performance while also allowing the database designer to specify the exact scale and precision required. eXtremeDB 5.0 also adds support for nullable data types, or the ability to set data types to the special value NULL. This provides greater flexibility in representing missing or inapplicable information in query results. eXtremeDB's NULL value support extends to both its SQL and native C/C++, Java and .NET application programming interfaces (APIs). For the growing community of developers using eXtremeDB with the Java and .NET languages, version 5.0 adds features that increase flexibility, programming efficiency and performance. These include: .NET and Java class generators. eXtremeDB's database schema compiler, mcocomp, can now process database definition language (DDL) files (database schemas) written in the DBMS's native language, and output code defining the equivalent .java and .cs classes. This is a boon when adding Java or .NET front-ends to existing eXtremeDB databases that are defined in the native DDL. Confirmed interoperability with JamaicaVM, a hard real-time Java run-time environment provided by aicas GmbH. JamaicaVM offers fully deterministic garbage collection and is optimized for critical systems such as controls and visualization. Compatibility of eXtremeDB's Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) API with JDK 7. Version 5.0 also improves eXtremeDB High Availability, McObject's DBMS edition that implements master-replica database replication and serves as the basis of many fault-tolerant systems. eXtremeDB 5.0 adds High Availability functions that improve an application's ability to control failover to a replica, by providing greater control to the replica over closing the communication channel to the master.
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