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I deleted 78% of my Redis container and it still works
14 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 16 Jul 2022
So, you call yourself the fastest key/value store? It's 5X, 10x and 25X faster
8 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Jun 2022
- KeyDB: https://github.com/snapchat/keydb
Global Presence; I made a thing
6 projects | dev.to | 10 Feb 2022
KeyDB is a fork of (everyone's favourite cache store) Redis, and it's messaging protocol and API is 100% compatible with Redis. What that means is you can just point any Redis client (like Hiredis or redis-rb) at a KeyDB instance, and it'll Just Work™️, with no changes required. The KeyDB selling points are: 1) multi-threading by default, and a lot of work was ploughed in to high performance around multi-threading in KeyDB, 2) compatible with all the features of regular Redis, 3) some advanced features which Redis only offers in it's paid/enterprise version are included for free in KeyDB, and the big one for me is multi-active replication, which is what I'm playing with here.
A KeyDB Operator for Kubernetes
4 projects | dev.to | 22 Jan 2022
KeyDB is a multithreading, drop-in alternative to Redis. Keydb-operator easily creates a standalone (1 replica) or a multimaster (3 replicas) KeyDB in-memory database. When KeyDB is in multimaster mode, it is possible to have more than one master, allowing read/write operations to all them. That helps for high availability and fault tolerance.
I need a stable Key-Value database
5 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 15 Jun 2021
Have you checked https://keydb.dev/
SSDB - A hard drive based drop-in Redis replacement/clone
2 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 27 Apr 2021
p.s. another share-worthy Redis alternative is KeyDB https://github.com/EQ-Alpha/KeyDB
KeyDB CEO Interview: Getting into YC with a Fork of Redis
I went through the wiki, certainly it was interesting. I believe the implementation is at fastlock.cpp , I will go through it. You said earlier:
> If we spin too long the thread will sleep although we wait much longer than any other lock you’ll find.
Did you do any tweaks to mitigate this?
> Generally speaking you don't want to be dealing with this stuff unless you really have to.
Ofcourse. I am just way too curious and excited to learn about these!
What are some alternatives?
mini-redis - Incomplete Redis client and server implementation using Tokio - for learning purposes only
SSDB - SSDB - A fast NoSQL database, an alternative to Redis
keydb-operator - A KeyDB (Drop-In Alternative to Redis) Operator for Kubernetes
dragonfly - A modern replacement for Redis and Memcached
Tendis - Tendis is a high-performance distributed storage system fully compatible with the Redis protocol.
tikv - Distributed transactional key-value database, originally created to complement TiDB
sled - the champagne of beta embedded databases
dynomite - A generic dynamo implementation for different k-v storage engines
skytable - Skytable is a fast, secure and reliable realtime NoSQL database with keyspaces, tables, data types, authn/authz, snapshots and more to build powerful apps
heed - A fully typed LMDB wrapper with minimum overhead