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Features

  • A Hibari cluster is a distributed system.
  • A Hibari cluster is linearly scalable.
  • A Hibari cluster is highly available.
  • All updates are durable.
  • All updates are strongly consistent.
  • All client operations are lockless.
  • A Hibari cluster's performance is excellent.
  • Multiple client access protocols are available.
  • Data is repaired automatically after a server failure.
  • Cluster configuration can be changed at any time.
  • Data is automatically rebalanced.
  • Heterogeneous hardware support is easy.
  • Micro-transactions simplify creation of robust client applications.
  • Per-table configurable performance options are available.

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

Erlang

Registered

2010-04-07