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System AWS Aurora Redis DB
 Version Version 4.2.8 4
 Drawbacks NA Windows version has limited features
 Advantages Managed RDBMS from AWS Setup is plug and play, Very fast in execution, Present in AWS as a managed service
 Languages Supported Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) nodejs,java,python,go
 Website aws.amazon.com/rds/aurora/ www.redis.io
 Name AWS Aurora Redis
 XML Support no no
 JSON Support yes yes
 Brief description Aurora is available as part of the Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS). Although it is a proprietary technology it offers MySQL compatible service since its release . This was made PostgreSQL compatible since October 2017 Redis is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store used primarily as a NoSQL database and cache.
 Database Model Relational Database Key Value NoSQL Model
 Technical Documentation https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonRDS/latest/AuroraUserGuide/Aurora.Overview.html redis.io/documentation
 License Commercial Open Source. Commercial version with HA available with redislabs.com
 Cloud-based / SaaS SaaS Service from AWS Virtual Machine Images available in AWS Azure and Google Cloud Marketplace.
 Implementation Language NA C,C++
 Operating System Supported Not Applicable as its managed by AWS Linux OS X Solaris Windows
 Options for Integration / Access API Restful HTTP Proprietary protocol using JSON
 Consistency NA Highly Consistent
 Foreign Keys Yes No
 Streaming Support Yes Yes
 Analytics Support NA NA
 Data Storage Schema NA Key Value NoSQL Model
 Notable Users NA --
 Key Differentiator Supports MySQL as a SaaS service (Inno Db Engine). Disk Space provisioning done in 10 GB chunks automatically upto 64 TB. In my View it's the fastest Key Value Store in the Market
 Concurrency Yes Yes
 Partitioning No Yes
 Replication Yes Yes
 Secondary Indexes Yes based on secondary indexes using Solr Yes
 SchemaLess Yes Yes
 SQL Query No No