KeyDB Open Source

KeyDB Open Source is the fastest in-memory database in the world!

Run KeyDB on-prem yourself. It’s free and open source with over 1million downloads. KeyDB is an
actively maintained project that is growing fast!

What to expect from KeyDB Open Source?

Low latency

By keeping data in-memory, KeyDB can serve up data with submillisecond latencies

A variety of data structures

A variety of data structures are supported such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets, bitmaps, hyperloglogs, geospatial indexes, and streams

Scalability

Add more throughput with replica nodes, active-replica nodes, or partition the data in a sharded cluster

High throughput

KeyDB is meant to handle high work loads with an architecture that maximizes use of your systems resources. A single node benchmarks over 1 million ops/sec

Basic persistence options

Periodically dump the dataset to disk or by appending each command to a disk-based log

High Availability

Simplify your high availability setup with active-replica nodes that do not require sentinel nodes for failover. HA setups are also available for sharded cluster mode configurations

KeyDB is a faster, drop in alternative to Redis

While fully compatible with Redis protocol, API,modules and clients, KeyDB is built on a multithreaded
engine that offers a powerful superset of functionality

You can find our BSD licensed, open source
project on github

Check out these documents to get you up and running
machine
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KeyDB is actively maintained codebase that welcomes feedback and
contributions.

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Getting Started is Simple......

KeyDB Supports a number of different linux distributions including x86 (amd6) and
ARM architectures
$ echo “deb https://download.keydb.dev/open-source-dist
$(lsb_release -sc) main” | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/keydb.list
$ sudo wget -O /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/keydb.gpg https://download.keydb.dev/open-source-dist/keyring.gpg
$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt install keydb
$ keydb-cli> PING
PONG
alpine
docker

Support for Open Source KeyDB

Explore community support options available with KeyDB Open Source

Check Out the Open Source Project on Github