Real-world benchmarking of key/value stores

Linked on Mar 11 at 7:22

I’ve been involved with some heavy data mining, storage and analysis. We’re currently using MongoDB (not my choice) but I’m considering moving to something faster. Queries on large collections are taking a long time, even with indexing. I’m sure I can optimize it further, but it might still be a problem later. Thankfully, Pete Warden has done some legwork and benchmarked a few other key/value stores, namely memcached, Tokyo Tyrant, Redis with MySQL as well.

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