List of relational database management systems

See DBMS for a shorter list of “typical”, representative database management systems.

Current software

*4th Dimension
*Adabas D
*Apache Derby
*Daffodil database
*Derby aka Java DB
*FileMaker Pro
*Gladius DB
*Helix database
*Mckoi SQL Database
*Microsoft Access
*Microsoft Jet Database Engine (part of Microsoft Access)
*Microsoft SQL Server
*Microsoft SQL Server Express
*Microsoft Visual FoxPro
*Mimer SQL
*NonStop SQL
*OpenLink Virtuoso (Open Source Edition)
*OpenLink Virtuoso Universal Server
*Oracle Rdb for OpenVMS
*Progress 4GL
*Sav Zigzag
*Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise
*Sybase Adaptive Server IQ
*Sybase SQL Anywhere (formerly known as Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere and Watcom SQL)
*Valentina (Database)


* Britton Lee IDM
* Micro DBMS
* Oracle Rdb
* Paradox
* Sybase SQL Server

Truly relational


* Alphora Dataphor (a proprietary virtual, federated DBMS and RAD MS .Net IDE).
* CsiDB (proprietary C++ library).
* D flat (unreleased MS .Net academic project).
* Duro (free C library).
* Opus (free C libraries).
* Rel (free Java implementation).
* Rosetta (free Perl implementation).
* Aldat (implemented in Relix and JRelix): A pure relational DBMS implemented in McGill University. It features clear syntax and domain algebra operators.


* IBM Business System 12
* Multics Relational Data Store

ee also

* Comparison of object-relational database management systems
* Comparison of relational database management systems
* Comparison of database tools

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