Hibari is a production-ready, distributed, key-value, big-data store (NOSQL database). Hibari uses chain replication for strong consistency, high-availability, and durability. Hibari has excellent performance especially for read and large value operations.
Product Info (Cloudian, Inc.)
Please read Getting Started section of Hibari Application Developer Guide.
They are a bit outdated -- sorry, but documentation rework is planned for Hibari v0.6.
- Google Group hibaridb-users for English Speakers
- Google Group hibaridb-users-ja for Japanese Speakers
As of Hibari v0.1 (since year 2010), only the native Erlang client is used in production. All other client APIs (Thrift, JSON-RPC, UBF, and S3) are still in proof of concept stage and only implement basic operations.
Hibari v0.5 will have a full-featured Thrift client.
Hibari is written in pure Erlang/OTP and runs on many Unix/Linux platforms.
Please see the Supported Platforms page in Hibari Wiki for details.
Please see the Roadmap page in Hibari Wiki for the planned features for Hibari v0.3, v0.5, and v0.6.
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