Welcome to Hibari
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.)
- Feb 4, 2013 - Hibari v0.1.10 Released. Release Note
Please read Getting Started section of Hibari Application Developer Guide.
They are a bit outdated. Documentation rework is planned for Hibari v0.6.
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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.
Short-term roadmap (as of February 2013)
v0.1 series (unstable)
- Minor bug fixes
- Update for Erlang/OTP R15
- Support for building on Ubuntu, including ARMv7 architecture
- Move S3 and JSON-RPC components out from Hibari distribution
(remove from the
repomanifests.) S3 and JSON-RPC will become separate projects and will use
rebarto manage dependencies. (Hibari will continue using
v0.5 series (unstable)
- A complete Thrift API (
hibari-admincommands (e.g. control and monitor scavenger)
- Delete table operation, which is missing in v0.1 series
- Server-side timestamp and rename (Server-side timestamp is required by Thrift API)
- Server-side counter
- The latest external libraries (ubf, ubf-thrift, riak-err)
- Update for Erlang/OTP R16
- Basho Bench driver
- A complete Thrift API (
v0.6 series (stable)
- Source code package. Application developers can build Hibari
repoby using this package. (Hibari developers will continue using
- Documentation rework
- Sample codes
- Cookbook for Opscode Chef for automated single-node and multi-node deployments
- More QuickCheck and EUnit test cases
- Source code package. Application developers can build Hibari without
- MapReduce (mruby?)
- SNMP support
- LETS (Google LevelDB) or HanoiDB as an alternative key storage for optimizing RAM usage
- Scavenger enhancements
- Big writes/reads (
appendto a value and
partial_readfrom a value)
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Note for License
Hibari has decided to display "Hibari developers" as the copyright holder name in the source code files and manuals. Actual copyright holder names (contributors) will be listed in the AUTHORS file.