Today, the automotive domain faces a dramatical shift in architectural requirements in many areas and more so in data management. Exponential increases in data volumes, higher demands on safety, and an unsurpassed growth in concurrent processes in a modern automotive embedded system, has made the move from a traditional process-by-process approach to storage to a centralized solution both logical and necessary.
Mimer SQL Embedded
Mimer SQL is an enterprise class database management server (DBMS) that feels just as natural in the datacenter as in a vehicle. The rich features and the more than 30 years of development that characterizes Mimer SQL can be summarized as:
Mimer SQL Embedded, by being a server, distributes data not only to the node where it is, but to any client in any node in a connected vehicle solution. Connecting data points becomes as easy as making a connection over the bus network.
Mimer SQL Embedded has an unparalleled ability to quickly serve clients with data after any system start.
Data stored in Mimer SQL Embedded is always of guaranteed integrity, not only to ensure that they are of a certain type but also to safeguard that data is always within limits. By using Mimer SQL Embedded data can be verified to follow architectural constraints, and then add to the security of a solution.
Mimer SQL Embedded is designed with data security in mind. Everything in Mimer SQL Embedded can be access controlled so that only processes and users who are explicitly allowed to access data can do so.
Mimer SQL Embedded is designed to use available resources in a limited environment such as a vehicle and deliver unparalleled performance in any software and hardware architecture.
Mimer SQL Embedded, in-memory edition
For extreme performance, there is a special version of Mimer SQL Embedded that runs purely in memory and can increase the transactional throughput of the DBMS by orders of magnitude.
Suitability for constrained environments
An embedded solution always has to pitch different hardware constraints against the requirements of the proposed architecture. Mimer SQL Embedded adjusts run-time memory requirements and run-time code size, therefore being a variable in the requirements equation, rather than a huge static value.