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== Data Warehouse Database Systems ==

 * [[Teradata|Teradata]]
 * IBM [[Netezza|Netezza]]

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This page lists database interfaces available for Python. It may also help in finding a suitable database engine for you to use in your Python database applications.

Generic Database Interfaces and APIs

  • The Python standard for database interfaces is the Python DB-API (PEP 249) Most Python database interfaces adhere to this standard.

  • Most databases have ODBC support; see the section below on ODBC modules.
  • Java databases usually support JDBC, and can be used from Jython.
  • See also DbApiModuleComparison

ODBC Support

ADO Support

Database Interfaces for Relational Database Systems

Database systems employing a relational model, with support for SQL.

General Purpose Database Systems

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Data Warehouse Database Systems

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Database Systems for Embedding Into Applications

The following database systems are more oriented towards embedded applications:

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Non-Relational Databases

Record-based Databases

Databases working on flat files or fixed records.

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XML Databases

  • 4Suite server
  • Oracle/Sleepycat DB XML (howto)

Graph Databases

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Native Python Databases

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