dat vs. Pome vs. Massive

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What is dat?

Dat is an open source project that provides a streaming interface between every file format and data storage backend.

What is Pome?

Pome stands for Postgres Metrics. Pome is a PostgreSQL Metrics Dashboard to keep track of the health of your database. This project is at a very early stage and there are a lot of missing features, but I'm hoping to be able to make the project progress quickly.

What is Massive?

Massive's goal is to help you get data from your database. This is not an ORM, it's a bit more than a query tool - our goal is to do just enough, then get out of your way. Massive embraces SQL completely, and helps you out when you don't feel like writing another mundane select * from statement.
Why do developers choose dat?
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Why do developers choose Pome?
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Why do developers choose Massive?
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What are the cons of using dat?
No Cons submitted yet for dat
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What are the cons of using Pome?
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What are the cons of using Massive?
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How much does dat cost?
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What companies use dat?
1 companies on StackShare use dat
What companies use Pome?
0 companies on StackShare use Pome
What companies use Massive?
0 companies on StackShare use Massive
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What tools integrate with Pome?
1 tools on StackShare integrate with Pome
What tools integrate with Massive?
1 tools on StackShare integrate with Massive

What are some alternatives to dat, Pome, and Massive?

  • Sequel Pro - MySQL database management for Mac OS X
  • PostGIS - Open source spatial database
  • Open PostgreSQL Monitoring - Oversee and Manage Your PostgreSQL Servers
  • Liquibase - Source control for your database

See all alternatives to dat

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