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Thank you for landing on this page. You see, developing a new database system is not a simple task. Can you imagine? Storage, locks, concurrency, data type, … Not simple but worth it.

We believe that organizations deserve more simplicity for their data. You see, nobody wants to spend a huge amount of time managing their database system.

Downsizing complexity for simplicity is not easy and requires your help. That’s why we need a few minutes of your time to get your feedback on your experience with Siodb.

The more feedback you give us, the better Siodb will become. It’s only 3 quick steps and you don’t even need to register.

Quickstart on Linux

Step 01 – Install Siodb

$ wget
$ chmod u+x ./
$ sudo ./

Step 02 – Start the client

$ sudo su - siodb
$ /opt/siodb/<version>/bin/siocli --admin siodb

Step 03 – Test with your first table

siocli> create database test ;

siocli> use database test ;

siocli> create table employees ( 
        firstname text, 
        lastname text, 
        salary int, 
        hire_date timestamp) ;

siocli> insert into employees ( firstname, lastname, salary, hire_date)
        ( 'Alexandra', 'Paige', 197000, '2011-01-19' ),
        ( 'John', 'Doe', 230000, '2012-06-08' ),
        ( 'Katherine', 'Johnston', 245000, '2014-08-12' ) ;

siocli> select * from employees ;

Maybe you are now wondering about which SQL you can test? Siodb implements most of the SQL standards, generally following the SQLite syntax.

If you need more detail, you’ll find plenty of information in the Siodb documentation:

Step 04 – Give your feedback

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