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


  2. A distributed open-source database with a flexible data model for documents, graphs, and key-values.

  3. Manage a massive range of data fast and without losing.

  4. Amazon DynamoDB is a fast and flexible NoSQL database service for all applications that need consistent, single-digit millisecond latency at any scale. It is a fully managed cloud database and supports both document and key-value store models.

  5. High-performance, distributed memory object caching system

  6. Learn about the top 3 problems holding back innovation in the database world. Liberate your data and innovate without limits using a powerful data platform.

  7. PostgreSQL is a powerful, open source object-relational database system.

  8. Build more, grow more, sleep more.

  9. HTTP + JSON document database with Map Reduce views and peer-based replication

  10. Meet Neo4j: The graph database platform powering today's mission-critical enterprise applications, including artificial intelligence, fraud detection and recommendations.

  11. Document-Oriented NoSQL Database

  12. The open-source database for the realtime web

Redis Reviews

A list of external sources with helpful reviews and comparisons of Redis

HazelCast - Redis Replacement
High availability of Redis is provided by Redis Sentinel, which continuously monitors the Redis cluster and initiates a slave promotion if it detects a master failure. At least three instances of Sentinel are recommended for a reliable deployment, which unnecessarily uses resources.
Source: hazelcast.org
20+ MongoDB Alternatives You Should Know About
Redis is another contender for some MongoDB workloads. Often used as a cache in front of MongoDB, it can also be used as a JSON store through extensions. While such extensions from RedisLabs are no longer open source, GoodForm projects provides open source alternatives.
Source: www.percona.com
Redis vs. Memcached: In-Memory Data Storage Systems
Redis’ RDB file is, to an extent, incorruptible because it performs its write operations in a new process. Upon the generation of a new RDB file, the Redis-generated subprocess will first write the data into a temporary file, and then rename the temporary file into a RDB file through the atomic rename system call, so that the...
Source: medium.com
Migrate from Redis to SSDB
If you want to delete a hash entirely, you have to use a SSDB client to execute hclear command. You cannot delete a hash with any Redis client.
Source: ssdb.io

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