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|Full description=GT.M is a schema-less database engine with scalability proven in the largest real-time core processing systems in production at financial institutions worldwide, as well as in large, well known health care institutions, but with a small footprint that scales down to use in small clinics, virtual machines and software appliances. The GT.M data model is a hierarchical associative memory (i.e., multi-dimensional array) that imposes no restrictions on the data types of the indexes and the content - any schema, dictionary or data organization is entirely that implemented by the application logic. GT.M's compiler for the standard M (also known as MUMPS) scripting language implements full support for ACID (Atomic, Consistent, Isolated, Durable) transactions, using optimistic concurrency control and software transactional memory (STM) that blurs the distinction between databases and programming languages. Its unique ability to create and deploy logical multi-site configurations of applications provides unrivaled continuity of business in the face of not just unplanned events, but also planned events, including planned events that include changes to application logic and schema.
 
|Full description=GT.M is a schema-less database engine with scalability proven in the largest real-time core processing systems in production at financial institutions worldwide, as well as in large, well known health care institutions, but with a small footprint that scales down to use in small clinics, virtual machines and software appliances. The GT.M data model is a hierarchical associative memory (i.e., multi-dimensional array) that imposes no restrictions on the data types of the indexes and the content - any schema, dictionary or data organization is entirely that implemented by the application logic. GT.M's compiler for the standard M (also known as MUMPS) scripting language implements full support for ACID (Atomic, Consistent, Isolated, Durable) transactions, using optimistic concurrency control and software transactional memory (STM) that blurs the distinction between databases and programming languages. Its unique ability to create and deploy logical multi-site configurations of applications provides unrivaled continuity of business in the face of not just unplanned events, but also planned events, including planned events that include changes to application logic and schema.
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|Homepage URL=http://www.fisglobal.com/solutions/Banking%20and%20Wealth/Services/Database%20Engine
 
|User level=advanced
 
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|Documentation note=http://www.fidelityinfoservices.com/FNFIS/Markets/NonFinancialIndustries/Healthcare/GTM/UserDocumentation/
 
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|Keywords=database,processing,health,hierarchy,transaction,hospital,database engine,schema
 
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|Version identifier=6.3-000A
|Last review by=Kelly Hopkins
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|Version date=2016/05/17
|Last review date=2009-03-05
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|Version status=stable
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|Version download=https://sourceforge.net/projects/fis-gtm/files/latest/download?source=files
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|Last review date=2017/03/16
 
|Submitted by=Database conversion
 
|Submitted by=Database conversion
 
|Submitted date=2011-04-01
 
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Latest revision as of 19:11, 15 March 2017

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GT.M

http://www.fisglobal.com/solutions/Banking_and_Wealth/Services/Database_Engine
an industrial strength, transaction processing application platform.

GT.M is a schema-less database engine with scalability proven in the largest real-time core processing systems in production at financial institutions worldwide, as well as in large, well known health care institutions, but with a small footprint that scales down to use in small clinics, virtual machines and software appliances. The GT.M data model is a hierarchical associative memory (i.e., multi-dimensional array) that imposes no restrictions on the data types of the indexes and the content - any schema, dictionary or data organization is entirely that implemented by the application logic. GT.M's compiler for the standard M (also known as MUMPS) scripting language implements full support for ACID (Atomic, Consistent, Isolated, Durable) transactions, using optimistic concurrency control and software transactional memory (STM) that blurs the distinction between databases and programming languages. Its unique ability to create and deploy logical multi-site configurations of applications provides unrivaled continuity of business in the face of not just unplanned events, but also planned events, including planned events that include changes to application logic and schema.

Documentation

http://www.fidelityinfoservices.com/FNFIS/Markets/NonFinancialIndustries/Healthcare/GTM/UserDocumentation/





Licensing

License

Verified by

Verified on

Notes

Verified by

Kelly Hopkins

Verified on

4 March 2009




Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
K.S. Bhaskar Maintainer
Roger Partridge Maintainer
Sam Weiner Maintainer


Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
DeveloperDownloadhttp://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=11026
DeveloperHomepagehttp://sourceforge.net/projects/fis-gtm/
Bug TrackingBug Trackinghttp://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=11026&atid=111026


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