link to twitter link to github NoSQL • XML and Binary • KEY/VALUE • 100% eXist-db API Compatible FUSIONDB is a simple and powerful Multi-model database. FUSIONDB is currently in Alpha and allows you to store, manage and query millions of Documents and Key/Value pairs using XQuery. FUSIONDB will also soon allow users to natively query JSON, HTML and Markdown documents. TRY THE ALPHA VERSION

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How Do I Install FUSIONDB?

Click here to watch the HOW TO INSTALL FUSIONDB video > (...coming soon).

Q: How Do I Get Started with FUSIONDB?

Click here to watch the GETTING STARTED video > (...coming soon).

Q: What port is FUSIONDB running on?

Unlike eXist-db, FusionDB runs on TCP ports 4059 (HTTP) and 5059 (HTTPS). To easily remember the port: 4059 is 0xFDB in HEX ;-)

Q: Where do I Report Issues or Get Support?
Click here for the Issue Tracker >

or, if you prefer to talk to us privately about another matter, you may email [email protected].

Q: Is FUSIONDB Open Source?

No. Sorry, but not yet!

At present there are still difficult questions to answer around the sustainability of Open Source, and its possible exploitation by large Cloud service providers. We have been closely monitoring the positions of other large Open Source (or Source Available) NoSQL databases, Cloud service providers, the OSI, and the FSF.

If you are unsure what the current Open Source licensing worries faced by infrastructure software providers are, then one such article on the subject, due to its entrenched position, serves as an interesting introduction!

We at FusionDB truly believe in Open Source. As such, we will continue to monitor the situation as development progresses through Alphas, Betas, and towards a Version 1 Release.

We likely envisage FusionDB being released under dual licensing - Open Source, and Commercial; Whereby FusionDB source code is available to all, and usable by all, however commercial projects wishing to build products with FusionDB would need to obtain a commercial license. Our immediate goal is to find the right licensing balance for both us, and our users.