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Presentation: Tokyo Cabinet / Tyrant @ Nosql Paris

Embedded below are the slides of Florent Solt (@florentsolt) Tokyo Cabinet / Tyrant presented at Nosql Paris.

Florent seems to be working at Netvibes and his slides are presenting briefly how and what kind of Tokyo Cabinet setup is in use there.

I also liked the Tokyo Cabinet / Tyrant strength and weaknesses slides:

Tokyo Cabinet / Tyrant Weaknesses

Tokyo Cabinet / Tyrant Strenghts

  • Easy to deploy and setup
  • Easy to use
  • It’s not a black box
  • Good to very good performance for most of the time
  • Small memory footprint
  • A single Tokyo Tyrant process can handle thousands of connections
  • Many command line tools
  • Lua extensions

I’d definitely be interested to hear much more about how Netvibes is using Tokyo Cabinet / Tyrant, so ping me if you are ready to share more with the Tokyo Cabinet community.