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HyperDex

HyperDex

HyperDex is an open source distributed, searchable, and consistent key-value store. HyperDex Warp combines NoSQL performance with ACID transactions.

Atomicity, isolation, fault-tolerance and one-copy serializability guarantees make it easier than ever to write applications that operate transactionally over multiple objects.

HyperDex servers run on 64 bit Linux servers. HyperDex comes precompiled for a variety of platforms. Packages are available for Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and CentOS.

 HyperDex

Price
Free to download

Size
0.5MB
License

BSD License

Developer
United Networks, LLC

Website
hyperdex.org

System Requirements
Google CityHash 1.0.x
Google Glog 0.3.x
Google LevelDB
libpopt 1.16 or higher
libpo6
libe
BusyBee
Replicant
Google Gtest 1.5.x
Python 2.6 or 2.7
Java
SWIG
TCSB

Support Sites:
Documentation, Blog, FAQ, Announcement Mailing List, Discussion Mailing List, GitHub

Selected Reviews:
Performance Benchmarks

Features include:

  • Lower latency, higher throughput, and lower variance than other key-value stores
  • Offers ACID transactions with one-copy serializability
  • Supports "multi-key transactions" - transactions involving multiple objects
  • Searchable with efficient lookups of secondary data attributes and hyperspace hashing to enable efficient search
  • Rich API for a variety of scripting and native languages
  • Strong consistency guarantees. It provides one-copy serializability for transactions and linearizability for key-based operations, consistency guarantees that are ordinarily only found in traditional RDBMS systems
  • Scalable
  • Fault tolerance - can withstand a threshold of failures desired by the application. HyperDex automatically replicates data on multiple machines so that concurrent failures, up to an application-determined limit, will not cause data loss
  • Modern NoSQL store. It keeps all data sharded across a collection of machines, and uses novel techniques to coordinate the data on this cluster to provide its features
  • Low maintenance
  • HyperDex Warp provides a true transactional interface

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