Are there a demand for management system of embedded storage like RocksDB? I plan to build one in Rust as the language becoming a core of many popular databases but wonder if there’s a demand. Can’t find any similar project even in other languages.

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  • nebari

    A pure Rust database implementation using an append-only B-Tree file format.

  • There is Nebari which is the KV part of BonsaiDB I've used both successfully (and that is currently in production)

  • bonsaidb

    A developer-friendly document database that grows with you, written in Rust

  • There is Nebari which is the KV part of BonsaiDB I've used both successfully (and that is currently in production)

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  • sled

    the champagne of beta embedded databases

  • There is also Sled but as I understand it that is being reworked to use the author's new DB core Marble

  • marble

    garbage-collecting on-disk object store, supporting higher level KV stores and databases. (by komora-io)

  • There is also Sled but as I understand it that is being reworked to use the author's new DB core Marble

  • redb

    An embedded key-value database in pure Rust

  • check out https://github.com/cberner/redb! it is inspired by LMDB and has comparable performance, but is entirely built in rust!

  • iced

    A cross-platform GUI library for Rust, inspired by Elm

  • will it have GUI? consider using iced https://github.com/iced-rs/iced or relm4 https://relm4.org/book/stable/

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