KeyDB is a subset, fork, of Redis that focuses on multi-threading, memory efficiency, and high throughput to deliver cost-effective performance on Arm based machines.​

KeyDB features include active replication, MVCC, FLASH, non-blocking queries without performance penalties, and simplicity in user experience.


Performance

The KeyDB architecture is performance-oriented and is one of the fastest NoSQL databases. KeyDB provides the bridge between cache layer and traditional databases. 

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Database

KeyDB is a cache database with multi-gigabyte datasets. Use of KeyDB means that modern, ultra-fast processors spend idle time waiting on DRAM, making performance dependent on DRAM latencies. KeyDB is an ideal fit for Amazon EC2 A1 instances and is optimized for Arm. KeyDB can provide cost savings based on real-world testing.

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Benchmarks

KeyDB has successful benchmarks on AWS EC2 M6g instances, featuring the AWS Graviton Processor featuring 64-bit Arm Neoverse cores

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