What is KeyDB
KeyDB is a high performance fork of Redis with a focus on multithreading, memory efficiency, and high throughput. Another driver of this project is to focus on simplicity for the user. Redis often focussed on the simplicty of the code base at the expense of the user experience. KeyDB is architected differently and as such can offer features such as active replication, MVCC, FLASH, and non-blocking queries without performance penalties associated with the Redis architecture.
KeyDB is an open source project, BSD licensed containing multithreading, active replication, aws s3 backup, multi-master control (experimental, all without restriction.
KeyDB Pro can be downloaded here. KeyDB Pro offers powerful features at a cost far lower than any other database. Major architectural changes have enabled features such as MVCC, persistent FLASH, non-blocking queries, forkless background saving, and others. Features comming soon include transaction rollbacks, Intel Optane Persistent Memory Support at DRAM speeds, compression, encryption and others.
KeyDB Pro is intended to finance and support the development of KeyDB which will always remain open source under the BSD license. All pro features will always be kept in a separate binary to differentiate it from our open source distribution.
About KeyDB Docs
KeyBD Docs is an open source repository for documentation, examples, tutorials, etc related to using KeyDB. There is a section of KeyDB Pro docs containing everything related to KeyDB Pro explicitely. All other sections of Docs are relevant to both KeyDB Open Source and KeyDB Pro.
If you have a request for spcecific documentation it is likely youre not the only one. Please create and issue in the KeyDB-docs repository and we will put it in the queue.
We want to hear from you! As our users you likely have insights to the application of the product we do not. If you have a markdown tutorial/demonstration/instruction you would like us to post please create a pull request on the KeyDB-docs Github repository. We will merge after reviewing the content.
Please join our community forum where you can reach out directly with other KeyDB users.