The Object Analytics Database comes with a web interface.

What´s in for you

You can issue queries from within any programming language which is able to initiate web requests.

In addition to the web interface, we offer:

  • an extra layer of convenience that makes it easier to run queries and get back results
  • a Java Object MapReduce interface to define an operation on an object and run this operation massively parallel on millions of stored object instances. You can inject algorithms deeply into the core engine of the database: the algorithms come to the data rather than needing to bring huge amounts of data to the algorithms.

The open interfaces offer a wide range of possibilities: Build your own custom application using the available interfaces – JavaScript, for example. Or use Dash Enterprise for dashboarding via the Python interface.


There are packages available for Python, R (beta), and JavaScript. Python and R primarily serve data scientists, while the JavaScript interface allows web developers to quickly implement an individual analytics application.

Note: The Java Object MapReduce interface has still not been officially released – please consult the Xplain Data team if you would like to use it.

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