Altibase Goes Open Source To Challenge Oracle, IBM & Microsoft

On February 12 in 2018, Altibase, an enterprise grade relational database, announced that it is now open source.

Altibase is a mature, battle-tested database. For nearly 20 years, Altibase has served over 600 enterprise clients, including 8 Fortune Global 500 companies, in more than 6000 deployments.

Altibase was included in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for operational DBMSs in 2013, 2014 and 2015.

By going open source, Altibase directly challenges Oracle, IBM and Microsoft by providing equal functionality at much lower cost. Now, users don’t have to choose between low cost and reliability. With Altibase, they can now have both.

Furthermore, Altibase provides state-of-the-art sharding technology. With Altibase, enterprises do not have to make any changes to their existing systems running on relational databases, so execution is easy and quick.

In addition, Altibase super-minimizes the use of coordinators in sharding so that enterprises experience almost no coordinator-related bottlenecks. No matter how many servers are added, linear performance enhancement is maintained, resulting in lower TCO. (

Download Altibase today to discover why so many major companies around the world have chosen Altibase.

More information about Altibase is available at


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