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Kairosdb - Fast Scalable Time Series Database

kairosdb is introduced as a rewrite of the OpenTSDB written primarily for Cassandra (nb: OpenTSDB was based on HBase). In terms of what it brings new, this page lists:

  • Uses Guice to load modules.
  • Incorporates Jetty for Rest API and serving up UI.
  • Pure Java build tool (Tablesaw)
  • UI uses Flot and is client side rendered.
  • Ability to customize UI.
  • Relative time now includes month and supports leap years.
  • Modular data store interface supports:
    • HBase
    • Cassandra
    • H2 (For development)
  • Milliseconds data support when using Cassandra.
  • Rest API for querying and submitting data.
  • Build produces deployable tar, rpm and deb packages.
  • Linux start/stop service scripts.
  • Faster.
  • Made aggregations optional (easier to get raw data).
  • Added abilities to import and export data.
  • Aggregators can aggregate data for a specified period.
  • Aggregators can be stacked or “piped” together.

Source code lives on GitHub. Let’s see where it goes.

Original title and link: Kairosdb - Fast Scalable Time Series Database (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)