Kyoto Tycoon: All content tagged as Kyoto Tycoon in NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence
New release for Kyoto Tycoon — the Tokyo Tyrant Plus Plus:
Kyoto Tycoon 0.9.24 has been released. It features “auto snapshot” for on-memory databases, inspired by Redis’s snapshot mechanism.
Original title and link: Kyoto Tycoon 0.9.24 Released: Featuring Auto Snapshot (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)
In a post yesterday about NoSQL comparisons, I was asking when was the last Tokyo Cabinet release. It looks like from that family of products, the ones going forward are Kyoto Cabinet and Kyoto Tycoon as Mikio Hirabayashi ☞ has announced on Twitter the release of Kyoto Cabinet 1.2.5 and Kyoto Tycoon 0.9.9:
released Kyoto Cabinet 1.2.25 and Kyoto Tycoon 0.9.9, which feature asynchronous replication!
Original title and link: New versions of Kyoto Cabinet and Kyoto Tycoon Released (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)
So, if Tokyo Cabinet got Kyoto Cabinet as a successor, Tokyo Tyrant got Kyoto Tycoon as its successor. But this time it is not only an implementation language port, as Kyoto Tycoon also behaves as a cache system with support for auto expiration (something similar to memcached). Moreover Kyoto Tycoon is offering a RESTful-style interface.
You can read more about Kyoto Tycoon ☞ here.
Update: Brenden Grace has ☞ a post to which Mikio Hirabayashi, Tokyo and Kyoto creator, responded.