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I have heard that corporates love to have their valuable data in java
based backends

That's because corporations are intrinsicly dysfunctional organisations
that promote opportunist egomaniacs who have no competence in any other
field than careerism into those positions where they can cause the
maximum damage to the entity.

FOSS projects shouldn't try to mimic corporate pathologies.

but is there something safer that is still good for smaller amounts
of data?

There's no (FOSS) RDBMS that beats PostgreSQL. And LO has a native
driver for it.



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