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Pros of Beringei
Pros of LokiJS
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      Can query the objects directly
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      Performance
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      Super fast
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      Ease of use
    • 441
      In-memory cache
    • 321
      Advanced key-value cache
    • 190
      Open source
    • 179
      Easy to deploy
    • 163
      Stable
    • 153
      Free
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      Fast
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      High-Performance
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      High Availability
    • 34
      Data Structures
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      Very Scalable
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      Replication
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      Great community
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      Pub/Sub
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      "NoSQL" key-value data store
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      Hashes
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      Sets
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      Sorted Sets
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      Lists
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      BSD licensed
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      NoSQL
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      Async replication
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      Integrates super easy with Sidekiq for Rails background
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      Bitmaps
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      Open Source
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      Keys with a limited time-to-live
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      Strings
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      Lua scripting
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      Awesomeness for Free!
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      Hyperloglogs
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      outstanding performance
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      Runs server side LUA
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      Networked
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      LRU eviction of keys
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      Written in ANSI C
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      Feature Rich
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      Transactions
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      Data structure server
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      Performance & ease of use
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      Existing Laravel Integration
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      Automatic failover
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      Easy to use
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      Object [key/value] size each 500 MB
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      Simple
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      Channels concept
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      Scalable
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      Temporarily kept on disk
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      Dont save data if no subscribers are found
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    Cons of Beringei
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          Cannot query objects directly
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          No secondary indexes for non-numeric data types
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          No WAL

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        What is Beringei?

        Beringei is a high performance time series storage engine. Time series are commonly used as a representation of statistics, gauges, and counters for monitoring performance and health of a system.

        What is LokiJS?

        LokiJS is a document oriented database written in javascript, published under MIT License. Its purpose is to store javascript objects as documents in a nosql fashion and retrieve them with a similar mechanism. Runs in node (including cordova/phonegap and node-webkit), nativescript and the browser.

        What is Redis?

        Redis is an open source, BSD licensed, advanced key-value store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets and sorted sets.

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