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Node.js Key-Value Stores

If at the beginnings of this blog I kept hearing about new NoSQL databases every couple of weeks, now it looks like the trend is to create node.js storage solutions. At least two projects I’ve heard about in the last couple of days:

  • Alfred: in-process key-value store. You can read more about it here
  • node-dirty: tiny and fast key-value store with append-only disk log

And I’d bet there are more to come. Real question though, is how many will be around in 6-12 months.

Original title and link: Node.js Key-Value Stores (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)