Continuous carbon fiber reinforced silicon carbide composite material (C/SiC) is one of the most effective candidate materials for hot structures in aeronautic and aerospace applications. Its performances in the complicated service environments are widely concerned. A database, aiming at optimized design of C/SiC, was developed. The database collected original data on the fabrication, microstructure of C/SiC, as well as abundant data on performance experiments including tension, compression, shear, fatigue, creep, oxidation, high-temperature fatigue, and so on. The logic structure of the database, modeled by unified modeling language, provides a data link that connecting the processing, microstructure and performance of C/SiC, so that users can conveniently create a test result set to build the mathematical model of material design. Efficient software was developed to realize management, browsing and extension of the database.