CUBRID Corp. to Enter Global Enterprise Market With ‘K-Open Source DBMS’

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  • It added, “CUBRID’ provides the large-size data processing capacity and performance as well as stability, availability, and management convenience, which are required in the enterprise market
  • CUBRID established CUBRID Foundation, an open source software foundation, in the U.S. to accelerate the global open source project activation

CUBRID, Korea’s leading open source DBMS company, will start its efforts for the global market entry with its ‘K-Open Source DBMS. CUBRID developed ‘CUBRID,’ an open source-based DBMS product. By supplying its products to the National Information Resources Service (NIRS) and Defense Integrated Data Center (DIDC), etc, CUBRID records the largest share in Korea’s public cloud DBMS market in terms of the number of DB instances installed in customer websites.

It added, “CUBRID’ provides the large-size data processing capacity and performance as well as stability, availability, and management convenience, which are required in the enterprise market. Complying with the ANSI SQL, it also provides the MVCC (Multi Version Concurrency Control) function, HA (high availability) function, compatibility with Oracle and MySQL, and various GUI-based tools for DB management and migration.

Since the source code opening in 2008, ‘CUBRID’ has been downloaded more than 330,000 times in Korea and abroad. In addition, approximately 1,300 DB instances are being operated in over 900 systems. CUBRID established CUBRID Foundation, an open source software foundation, in the U.S. to accelerate the global open source project activation. This is the first case for the software package development company in Korea.

The company said, “Promoting the third-party solution spread through strategic affiliation with independent software vendors (ISVs), CUBRID is expanding its market to the global stage by enhancing cooperation with not only domestic companies, such as Chequer, a data management solution specialist, WhaTap Labs and Opennaru, the companies specializing in monitoring, and Tomato System, a company providing DB modeling tools, but also overseas companies including Amplix, a BI (business intelligence) solution specialist in the U.S.

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