What is LedisDB?
It is a high-performance NoSQL database library and server written in Go. It's similar to Redis but store data in disk. It supports many data structures including kv, list, hash, zset, set. It now supports multiple different databases as backends.
LedisDB is a tool in the Databases category of a tech stack.
LedisDB is an open source tool with 3.9K GitHub stars and 436 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to LedisDB's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses LedisDB?
- Rich data structure: KV, List, Hash, ZSet, Set
- Data storage is not limited by RAM
- Various backends supported: LevelDB, goleveldb, RocksDB, RAM
- Supports Lua scripting
- Supports expiration and TTL
- Can be managed via redis-cli
- Easy to embed in your own Go application
- HTTP API support, JSON/BSON/msgpack output
- Replication to guarantee data safety
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