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KeyDB

KeyDB is fast NoSQL database with full compatibility for Redis APIs, clients, and modules.

KeyDB Alternatives

The best KeyDB alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Redis is an open source in-memory data structure project implementing a distributed, in-memory key-value database with optional durability.

    open-source

  2. 14

    High-performance, distributed memory object caching system

    open-source

  3. Seamless project management and collaboration for your team.

    Visit website open-source $12.0 / Monthly (Per user)

  4. 11

    Clustering and highly scalable data distribution platform for Java

  5. 10

    Skytable is a free and open-source realtime NoSQL database that aims to provide flexible data modelling at scale.

    open-source

  6. Aerospike is a high-performing NoSQL database supporting high transaction volumes with low latency.

    open-source

  7. Dragonfly - Scalable in-memory datastore made simple

    open-source

  8. 10

    high-performance, integrated and distributed in-memory platform for computing and transacting on...

    open-source

  9. MongoDB (from "humongous") is a scalable, high-performance NoSQL database.

    open-source

  10. High-performance HTTP accelerator

    open-source

  11. Accelerating Software Development & Deployment

    freemium

  12. Java's most widely used cache.

    open-source

  13. Apache Arrow is a cross-language development platform for in-memory data.

    open-source

  14. A NoSQL database running in a Lua application server.

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Redis vs. KeyDB vs. Dragonfly vs. Skytable | Hacker News
2. KeyDB: The second is KeyDB. IIRC, I saw it in a blog post which said that it is a "multithreaded fork of Redis that is 5X faster"[1]. I really liked the idea because I was previously running several instances of Redis on the same node and proxying them like a "single-node cluster." Why? To increase CPU utilization. A...
Comparing the new Redis6 multithreaded I/O to Elasticache & KeyDB
Because of KeyDB’s multithreading and performance gains, we typically need a much larger benchmark machine than the one KeyDB is running on. We have found that a 32 core m5.8xlarge is needed to produce enough throughput with memtier. This supports throughput for up to a 16 core KeyDB instance (medium to 4xlarge)
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Categories: Key-Value Database, Databases, NoSQL Databases, Relational Databases