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KeyDB is meant to handle heavy workloads with a single node benchmarking at over 1 million ops/sec. KeyDB is a multithreaded database and will outperform Redis on a per-node basis.
By keeping data in-memory, KeyDB can serve up data with submillisecond latencies.
A variety of data structures are supported such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets, bitmaps, hyperloglogs, geospatial indexes, and streams
Periodically dump the dataset to disk or by appending each command to a disk-based log. Durability preferences for RDB and AOF persistence are configurable
While a single KeyDB node scales vertically, you can scale horizonally through active-replication, or cluster-mode (sharded dataset) to meet much larger workloads.
High availability setups are simple with active-replica nodes that do not require sentinel nodes for failover. HA setups are also available for sharded cluster-mode configurations with automatic failover
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Disclaimer: Last updated is 3 weeks ago. Always refer to https://docs.keydb.dev for KeyDB updates.
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