BigchainDB

BigchainDB

BigchainDB allows developers and enterprise to deploy blockchain proof-of-concepts, platforms and applications with a blockchain database, supporting a wide range of industries and use cases. BigchainDB provides high throughput, low latency, powerful query functionality, decentralized control, immutable data storage and built-in asset support, BigchainDB is like a database with blockchain characteristics.

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KeyDB
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KeyDB

KeyDB is fast, free, and open-source NoSQL database with full compatibility for Redis APIs, clients, and modules. The database was originally forked from the Redis code-base and has been improved to handle multithreading, memory efficiency, and higher throughput. KeyDB is now a fully multithreaded and allow many machine cores to operate a single node resulting in 5X the throughput of Redis (v5) and up to 3x the throughput of Redis (v6). KeyDB also includes Redis Enterprise such as Active Replication, FLASH storage support, and other features like direct backup to AWS S3.

Suggested by Sandra Sandra
CouchDB
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CouchDB

CouchDB is a free and open-source document-oriented NoSQL database developed by the Apache Foundation. The database is written and implemented in the language Erlang and provides the use of multiple formats and protocols to store, transfer, and process data. With CouchDB you query data with JavaScript using MapReduce, and HTTP for an API. Which can be done across multiple distributed CouchDB instances as the database has the ability to synchronize multiple copies of the same database, across servers.

Suggested by Cassie Cassie
MongoDB
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MongoDB

MongoDB is an open-source document-oriented distributed database built for modern applications. MongoDB uses JSON-like documents with optional schemas and is classified as a NoSQL database. The database is freely distributed under the Server Side Public License, but MongoDB provides commercial version of the database for enterprise-scale applications.

Suggested by Metaphase Metaphase
RedisGraph
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RedisGraph

RedisGraph is the first free and open source queryable Property Graph database to use sparse matrices to represent the adjacency matrix in graphs and linear algebra to query the graph.

Suggested by Molusk Molusk
Redis
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Redis

Redis is a free and open-source, in in-memory data structure store that can be used as a database, cache or message broker. The project is community developed and released under the BSD license. Redis supports common data structures including strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps, hyperloglogs, geospatial indexes with radius queries and streams.

Suggested by Tastypie Tastypie
RethinkDB
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RethinkDB

RethinkDB is a scalable, open-source database designed for real-time applications. When your app polls your database for data, it becomes slow, unscalable, and cumbersome to maintain. RethinkDB solves this by providing a new database access model, where developers can instruct the database to continuously push updated query results to their applications, without polling.

Suggested by LimeBall LimeBall
ArangoDB
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ArangoDB

ArangoDB is a database system that was designed to support key/value, document, and graph data to be stored together, and queried via a unified language called AQL. The project is developed by ArangoDB GmbH, and released free and open-source under the Apache License 2.0. The universal "native multi-level" design of the database allows for a flexible approach when structuring and building an application, a feature that many have come to love.

Suggested by Bullet Bullet
Memcached
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Memcached

Memcached is a free and open-source in-memory key-value store used for storing small chunks of data objects in dynamic memory. Most commonly, Memcached is used to speed up dynamic database-driven websites by caching data and objects in RAM to reduce the number of times an data sources needs to be fetched. Rather than querying the database for each unique request, Memcached can be used to store data from common pages in memory and speedup and improve the experience of a web application or website.

Suggested by Chronode Chronode
Apache HBase
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Apache HBase

With Apache HBase manager realtime read/write access to your Big Data. Apache HBase is an open-source, distributed, versioned, non-relational database modeled after Google's Bigtable: A Distributed Storage System for Structured Data. Just as Bigtable leverages the distributed data storage provided by the Google File System, Apache HBase provides Bigtable-like capabilities on top of Hadoop and HDFS.

Suggested by fossa fossa
PostgreSQL
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PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL, or Postgres for short is a widely popular, free and open-source relational database management system. PostgreSQL is available for all major operating systems including macOS, Linux, Windows, BSD and Solaris. The project has been in active development for over 30 years now, and powers many of the applications you use on a daily basis.

Suggested by Anderson Anderson
MySQL
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MySQL

The worlds most popular free open-source relational database, MySQL is used by 150,000 + companies across the globe. The relational database management system is released and distributed under the GPL license and openly developed by the community. MySQL uses SQL as its query language and is fully integrated and ACID compliant.

Suggested by Vanilla Vanilla
MariaDB
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MariaDB

MariaDB is an free and open-source, community-developed relational database management system. MariaDB is a fork of MySQL, and is developed and maintained by the creators of MySQL, after concerns over its acquisition by Oracle Corporation in 2009. The databases comes bundled by default with most Linux distributions and is also apart of most cloud offerings. MariaDB is built upon the values of performance, stability, and openness which is ensured through the MariaDB Foundation.

Suggested by fossa fossa
SQLite
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SQLite

SQLite is a free and open-source relational database management system that implements a small, fast, self-contained, high-reliability, full-featured, SQL database engine. Rather than being a typical client–server database engine, SQLite is self-contained and can be embedded into applications. Making it perfect for development frameworks that want to provide a default database without setup, or applications that needs an embedded database. SQLite is built into all mobile operating systems and most computers and comes bundled with a countless applications. SQLite is also ACID-compliant and implements most of the SQL standard, generally following PostgreSQL syntax.

Suggested by Lorain Lorain
neo4j
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neo4j

Neo4j is a commercially provided graph database management system developed by Neo4j, Inc. The graph database is fundamentally different to the relational model found in relational database management systems (RDBMS). With Neo4j, each data record, or node, stores direct pointers to all the nodes it's connected to. The database is also designed to perform complex queries with complex connections orders of magnitude faster. Neo4j is ACID-compliant and suited for projects that requires complicated relationship structures.

Suggested by Sandra Sandra
TOP PROS
Intuitive interface for query execution and response visualisation

neo4j provides a unique UI that allow you to visualise your operations on the database. Through this interface you can run queries and receive the response representation in the form a of a node chart. This allows you to get a better understanding of relationships between nodes in the graph.

Metaphase Metaphase
Mature query language

Neo4j uses Cypher QL, a declarative graph query language that allows for expressive and efficient data querying in graphs. It allows me to handle all sorts of problems when querying Neo4j while being intuitive and providing a rich set of features for different scenarios.

Anderson Anderson
TOP CONS
TerminusDB
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TerminusDB

TerminusDB is an open-source full-featured in-memory graph database management system that stores data like git.

Suggested by tenX tenX
LevelDB
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LevelDB

LevelDB is a free and open-source key-value storage library developed by Google. LevelDB provides on-disk storage and ordered mapping of string keys to string values. With LevelDB data is stored and sorted by key, and the keys and values are arbitrary byte arrays. The library will also automatically compress files using the Snappy compression library to optimize for storage capacity.

Suggested by Sherpa Sherpa
Amazon DynamoDB
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Amazon DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB is a key-value and document database that delivers single-digit millisecond performance at any scale. The database is fully managed, multiregion, multimaster, and durable with built-in security, backup and restore, and in-memory caching for enterprise-scale applications. Amazon DynamoDB is part of Amazon Web Services and integrates well with other cloud-based AWS products.

Suggested by Athea Athea
Azure Cosmos DB
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Azure Cosmos DB

Azure Cosmos DB is a non-relational NoSQL database trusted by leading enterprises globally. With Azure Cosmos DB you can run No-ETL analytics over real-time operational data and run near-real time analytics and AI on the operational data within your NoSQL database, to reduce time to insight.

Suggested by Athea Athea

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