What Is Nessie?

Nessie is a distributed, high-throughput, low-latency key-value store. Nessie quickly and easily enables high-performance distributed storage. Its in-memory data retention, as well as its peer-to-peer inspired design, make it perfect for cloud and cluster computing workloads.

What Differentiates Nessie from Other Key-Value Stores?

Programmers are inundated with options for key-value stores, so what makes Nessie special? Several properties help Nessie stand out from the pack:

Learn More

To learn more about the types of workloads that Nessie is suitable for, as well as implementation details, please see the about page. For an even more in-depth examination of Nessie, the publications page links to Nessie-related documents.

Questions and Comments

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