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Lux - XML Search engine

Lux is an open source XML search engine using Lucene /Solr and Saxon XQuery/XSLT processor. Lux provides XML-aware indexing, an XQuery 1.0 optimizer that rewrites queries to use the indexes, and a function library for interacting with Lucene via XQuery. These capabilities are tightly integrated with Solr, and leverage its application framework in order to deliver a REST service, application server, and supporting tools.

VXQuery - Query XML Data

Apache VXQuer will be a standards compliant XML Query processor implemented in Java. The focus is on the evaluation of queries on large amounts of XML data. Specifically the goal is to evaluate queries on large collections of relatively small XML documents. To achieve this queries will be evaluated on a cluster of shared nothing machines.

Basex - Processing and Visualizing XML with a native XML Database

BaseX is a light-weight, high-performance and scalable XML Database engine and XPath/XQuery 3.0 Processor, which includes full support for the W3C Update and Full Text extensions. An interactive and user-friendly GUI frontend gives you great insight into your XML documents. It is a High-performance database storage with text, attribute, full-text and path indexes.

Bagri - XML/Document DB on top of distributed cache

Bagri is a Document Database built on top of distributed cache solution like Hazelcast or Coherence. The system allows to process semi-structured schema-less documents and perform distributed queries on them in real-time. It scales horizontally very well with use of data sharding, when all documents are distributed evenly between distributed cache partitions.

exist - eXist Native XML Database and Application Platform

eXist is a high-performance open source native XML database—a NoSQL document database and application platform built entirely around XML technologies. The main homepage for eXist can be found at exist-db.org. This is the GitHub repository of eXist source code, and this page links to resources for downloading, building, and contributing to eXist, below.New developers may find the notes in BUILD.md and CONTRIBUTING.md helpful to start using and sharing your work with the eXist community.