Aerospike Community Edition

Aerospike Database is a Key-Value Store and high performance real-time NoSQL (flex-schema) database.

Aerospike database technology is a home-grown distributed core based around row-based random access with indexes in memory and data in memory or on SSD storage. The system automatically repartitions and reshards.

The database is primarily used in advertising as a server-side cookie store, where read and write performance is paramount.

Features include:

  • Predictable, ultra-fast performance with sub-millisecond latency and response times of less than 5 milliseconds 99.9% of the time
  • Reliable handling of more than 200,000 transactions per second (TPS) per node on commodity servers
  • Automatic failover and replication to ensure uninterrupted operations even in the event of a node failure within the cluster
  • Self-managing clusters with intelligent data migration, automatic re-balancing, and smart data expiration
  • No degradation in performance with rolling hardware and software upgrades, and background back-ups and restores
  • Reduced IT overhead via SSD or flash-optimization, cost-effective use of industry-standard hardware, and support for deployment in the cloud

Website: www.aerospike.com
Support: Documentation
Developer: Aerospike
License: Free unlimited license

Aerospike is written in C. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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