We are a fast paced start-up that is designing a database technology that will be used on the Google App Engine Cloud Computing Model. We want to show that we are a state-of-the art company that allows for users to create, manage and update a database structure that is unlike anything available. What is unique? With little practical experience a user can create a database structure that allows for the storage of content, documents, web-links, relationships such as many-to-many connections and interface that allows for the use of that content as web-pages.
Why do we call it ArachnoDB? Because our database relationship functions a lot like a spider web. Just as a spiderweb has threads attaching many parts of the web, and by following these threads you can navigate to any other place on the web. We allow for data to be related to any other data either directly or through other data elements through there web of relationships. For example a cusomter may use a product, that product is related to other products, and those products can be related to other customers. From there you could navigate to other product, suppliers, users, costs etc.
This is a true spider diagram, but we relate anything to anything easily through the click of a mouse.