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Terrastore

Terrastore

Terrastore is a modern, open source, document store which provides advanced scalability and elasticity features without sacrificing consistency. It is based on Terracotta, commercial software which adds enterprise functionality to the features offered by Terrastore.

Terrastore automatically scales your computations: query and update operations are distributed to the nodes which actually holds the queried/updated data, minimizing network traffic and spreading computational load. Terrastore is accessed through the supported HTTP protocol. It provides a collection-based key/value interface managing JSON documents with no pre-defined schema.

 Terrastore 0.8.2

Price
Free to download

Size
64.1MB
License

Apache License 2.0

Developer
Sergio Bossa, Sven Johansson, Giuseppe Santoro, Mats Henricson, Amir Moulavi

Website
code.google.com/p/terrastore

System Requirements
Java 6
Apache Ant

Support:
Documentation, FAQ, Mailing List, Introduction

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Industry-standard Java cache (Ehcache)
  • Industry-standard Hibernate cache (Ehcache for Hibernate)
  • Industry-standard Java scheduler (Quartz)
  • High-performance web cache and coherent, distributed sessions cache
  • Performance, reliability, and scalability for Spring applications
  • Seamless performance, scalability, and data management for single node applications, large datacenters, and cloud deployments
  • Map and reduce querying and processing bridging the Terrastore data and distribution model with the well known parallel processing paradigm
  • Custom data partitioning
  • Event processing
  • Push-down predicates
  • Range queries
  • Active event listeners
  • Adaptive ensemble scheduling
  • Document and communication compression
  • Unicode
  • Atomicity
  • Consistency
  • Horizontal scalable
  • Replication
  • Server-side update functions
  • Sharding

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