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Carbonado is an extensible, high performance persistence abstraction layer for Java applications, providing a relational view to the underlying persistence technology. Persistence can be provided by a JDBC accessible SQL relational database, or it can be a BDB. It can also be fully replicated between the two.

The interesting thing about this thing is that it’s been built by [via Werner Vogels].