Designed for performance
Index64 is an ordered, concurrent, in-memory key-value store primarily designed for High Performance Computing. It indexes key-value pairs on distributed architectures using lock free algorithms for accessing data, while ordering the keys.
Our benchmarks show that Index64 is the fastest in memory KV-store currently available on the market. When using the potential of multicore processing, Index64 is between 2 to 10 times faster than Redis, depending on the data structure (ordered keys or not) and the environment (OS, VM), for both readings and writings. Its outstanding performance under Linux VM makes it a perfect choice for a Data Center.
Unlike Redis or Memcached, Index64 supports concurrent accesses to a large amount of data within a single node. Keys are ordered a priori making group requests possible to execute in a single run at an amazing speed.