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 https://siodb.io/packages/InstallSiodb.sh $ chmod u+x ./InstallSiodb.sh $ sudo ./InstallSiodb.sh
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) values ( 'Alexandra', 'Paige', 197000, '2011-01-19' ), ( 'John', 'Doe', 230000, '2012-06-08' ), ( 'Katherine', 'Johnston', 245000, '2014-08-12' ) ; siocli> select * from employees ;
If you need more detail, you’ll find plenty of information in the Siodb documentation: https://docs.siodb.io/
Step 04 – Give your feedback
Comment below or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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