used by many companies for high throughput,
low-latency operations on large data sets.
Query processing times are measured in microseconds (10-6 sec).
Compared to others, SSDB has a principal advantage - it's
not limited with RAM.
It's capable of storing significantly (by 100 times) more data.
SSDB combines the speed and capacity all in one.
If you are already using Redis you can easily switch to SSDB.
Please see the documentation for the list of supported Redis commands.
It's enterprise-ready, highly available and configured for best performance.
Our pricing plans are derived from reserved computing power and the size of reserved storage volumes. We count compressed data size, which means the actual size of uncompressed data stored in the database might be 1.5 - 4 times bigger.
We have a Lifetime Free Plan to start with. While growing, you can always upgrade to bigger plan.
We are doing our best to provide support for our customers. We have an email support available at email@example.com as well as a public Issue Tracker at GitHub where you can share the issue with us and other customers.