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Datomic Free Edition

Rich Hickey:

We’re happy to announce today the release of Datomic Free Edition. This edition is oriented around making Datomic easier to get, and use, for open source and smaller production deployments.

The system supports transactor-local storage The peer library includes a memory database and Datomic Datalog The Free transactor and peers are freely redistributable The transactor supports 2 simultaneous peers

It comes with a redistributable license and it can be used in production by both open source and commercial application. Datomic Free cannot use additional storages like SQL and DynamoDB and doesn’t support more more peers or the high-availability mode.

Original title and link: Datomic Free Edition (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.datomic.com/2012/07/datomic-free-edition.html