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Juno: A unified interface for key/value stores

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Juno provides a standard interface for interacting with various kinds of key/value stores. Juno is based on Moneta and replaces it with a mostly compatible interface. The reason for the fork was that Moneta was unmaintained for a long time.

Juno is very feature rich:

  • Supports for a lot of backends (See below)
  • Supports proxies (Similar to Rack middlewares)
  • Custom serialization via Juno::Transformer proxy (Marshal/JSON/YAML and many more)
  • Custom key transformation via Juno::Transformer proxy
  • Expiration for all stores (Added via proxy if not supported natively)

Supported backends

Out of the box, it supports the following backends:

  • Memory:
    • In-memory store (:Memory)
    • LRU hash (:LRUHash)
    • LocalMemCache (:LocalMemCache)
    • Memcached store (:Memcached, :MemcachedNative and :MemcachedDalli)
  • Relational Databases:
    • DataMapper (:DataMapper)
    • ActiveRecord (:ActiveRecord)
    • Sequel (:Sequel)
    • Sqlite3 (:Sqlite)
  • Filesystem:
    • PStore (:PStore)
    • YAML store (:YAML)
    • Filesystem directory store (:File)
    • Filesystem directory store which spreads files in subdirectories using md5 hash (:HashFile)
  • Key/value databases:
    • Berkeley DB (:DBM)
    • GDBM (:GDBM)
    • SDBM (:SDBM)
    • Redis (:Redis)
    • Riak (:Riak)
    • TokyoCabinet (:TokyoCabinet)
    • Cassandra (:Cassandra)
  • Document databases:
    • CouchDB (:Couch)
    • MongoDB (:Mongo)
  • Other
    • Fog cloud storage which supports Amazon S3, Rackspace, etc. (:Fog)
    • Storage which doesn't store anything (:Null)

Supported serializers:

  • Marshal
  • YAML
  • JSON (via multi_json)
  • MessagePack
  • BSON
  • Ox
  • BERT

Proxies

In addition it supports proxies (Similar to Rack middlewares) which add additional features to storage backends:

  • Juno::Proxy proxy base class
  • Juno::Expires to add expiration support to stores which don't support it natively
  • Juno::Stack to stack multiple stores (Read returns result from first where the key is found, writes go to all stores)
  • Juno::Transformer transforms keys and values (Marshal, YAML, JSON, Base64, MD5, ...)
  • Juno::Cache combine two stores, one as backend and one as cache (e.g. Juno::Adapters::File + Juno::Adapters::Memory)
  • Juno::Lock to make store thread safe
  • Juno::Logger to log database accesses

The Juno API is purposely extremely similar to the Hash API. In order so support an identical API across stores, it does not support iteration or partial matches.

Links

Juno API

#initialize(options)              options differs per-store, and is used to set up the store

#[](key)                          retrieve a key. if the key is not available, return nil

#load(key, options = {})          retrieve a key. if the key is not available, return nil

#fetch(key, options = {}, &block) retrieve a key. if the key is not available, execute the
                                  block and return its return value.

#fetch(key, value, options = {})  retrieve a key. if the key is not available, return the value

#[]=(key, value)                  set a value for a key. if the key is already used, clobber it.
                                  keys set using []= will never expire

#delete(key, options = {})        delete the key from the store and return the current value

#key?(key, options = {})          true if the key exists, false if it does not

#store(key, value, options = {})  same as []=, but you can supply options

#clear(options = {})              clear all keys in this store

#close                            close database connection

Creating a Store

There is a simple interface to create a store using Juno.new:

store = Juno.new(:Memcached, :server => 'localhost:11211')

If you want to have control over the proxies, you have to use Juno.build:

store = Juno.build do
  # Adds expires proxy
  use :Expires
  # Transform key and value using Marshal
  use :Transformer, :key => :marshal, :value => :marshal
  # Memory backend
  adapter :Memory
end

Expiration

The Cassandra, Memcached and Redis backends supports expires values directly:

cache = Juno::Adapters::Memcached.new

# Or using the builder...
cache = Juno.build do
  adapter :Memcached
end

# Expires in 60 seconds
cache.store(key, value, :expires => 60)

You can add the expires feature to other backends using the Expires proxy:

# Using the :expires option
cache = Juno.new(:File, :dir => '...', :expires => true)

# or manually by using the proxy...
cache = Juno::Expires.new(Juno::Adapters::File.new(:dir => '...'))

# or using the builder...
cache = Juno.build do
  use :Expires
  adapter :File, :dir => '...'
end

Alternatives

  • Moneta: Juno is based on Moneta, but Juno supports more features and more backends and is actively developed
  • Horcrux: Used at github, supports batch operations but only Memcached backend
  • ToyStore: ORM mapper for key/value stores
  • ToyStore Adapter: Adapter to key/value stores used by ToyStore, Juno can be used directly with the ToyStore Memory adapter

Authors

  • Juno by Daniel Mendler
  • Moneta originally by wycats
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