What is Umbra?
It is a fully ACID-compliant database built for in-memory analytics speed. For out-of-core processing it falls back gracefully to flash-based storage. Featuring fast code generation, low-latency query execution, and drop-in PostgreSQL compatibility.
Umbra is a tool in the Databases category of a tech stack.
Why developers like Umbra?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Umbra
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- Low-Overhead Buffer Manager
- Low-Latency Query Compilation
- Compact Intermediate Representation
- No Compromises
- Computational Database beyond SQL
Umbra Alternatives & Comparisons
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