20 responses

  1. ludo
    March 11, 2009

    As fast as a Ferrari, as easy to digest as a pizza :)

  2. Alexis
    March 11, 2009

    Thanks for telling about the project.

    Is there any kind of query language support or one can only get value by a key?

  3. antirez
    March 11, 2009

    Alexis: hello, there is no query language but you can do more than asking for the value of a key. For example the “KEYS pattern” command will return all they keys matching a given pattern. LRANGE will return a range of a list, and SINTER will return the intersection between Set values stored at two or more keys and so on.

    I’m working on ways to allow sorting right now.

  4. José Valim
    March 11, 2009

    Antonio, thanks for sharing! :)

    When I get a project that I’ll need to use a key-value store, it will be the hardest decision ever: Tokyo-cabinet, scalaris, CouchDB, Dynomite, Ringo and now Redis. And of course, this is just for start.

  5. Riccardo
    March 12, 2009

    Awesome! :)
    Will definitely have a serious play with it.

    Thanks for “broadcasting” these news, Italian achievements too often fall out of my poor radar :-/

  6. Yuri Baburov
    March 12, 2009

    Wow, you reinvented Berkeley DB? Cool!

  7. taelor
    March 13, 2009

    How does in come into play with moneta?

  8. AnxiousAnnie
    September 26, 2009

    BerkeleyDB lives on harddisks, Redis lives in the memory. Quite a difference.

  9. crazy
    October 3, 2009

    Thanks for “broadcasting” these news, Italian achievements too often fall out of my poor radar :-)

  10. Dizi izle
    October 4, 2009

    Alexis: hello, there is no query language but you can do more than asking for the value of a key. For example the “KEYS pattern” command will return all they keys matching a given pattern. LRANGE will return a range of a list, and SINTER will return the intersection between Set values stored at two or more keys and so on.

    I’m working on ways to allow sorting right now.

  11. dizi izle
    October 6, 2009

    How does in come into play with moneta ..thanks

  12. sikis
    October 27, 2009

    t’s quite fast, is network accessible, atomic operations make locking unnecessary,

  13. dizi seyret
    February 15, 2010

    Thanks for telling about the project.

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