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Redis vs. DynamoDB

Redis DynamoDB + Add column
Category
Preference 75% votes 25% votes
Website redis.​io aws.​amazon.​com/​DynamoDB/​
License
Design
Database model
Data storage
Embeddable Yes No
Features
Query language
Data types
Conditional entry updates Yes Yes
Map and reduce No No
Unicode Yes Yes
TTL for entries Yes Yes
Compression Yes Yes
Integrity
Integrity model ?
Atomicity Yes Yes
Consistency Yes Yes
Isolation Yes Yes
Durability (data storage) Yes Yes
Transactions Yes Yes
Referential integrity Yes Yes
Revision control Yes Yes
Locking model
Indexing
Secondary Indexes Yes Yes
Composite keys No Yes
Full text search Yes No
Geospatial Indexes Yes No
Graph support Conditional ?
Distribution
Horizontal scalable Yes Yes
Replication Yes Yes
Replication mode
Sharding Yes Yes
Shared nothing architecture ? Yes
Restrictions
Value size max. 512 MB 64 kB
System requirements
Operating system
Native driver ?
Memory minimum 2 MB ?
Architecture
Programming language
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Description In-memory data structure store Key-value
Brand
Multi-user system Yes Yes
Extension/Plug-in Yes ?
Database
Price rating ★★★★★ ★★★☆☆
Standard compliance Yes ?
Software distribution
Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) No Yes
Documentation level ★★★★★ ★★★★☆
RESTful Yes Yes
Lines of code 30 k ?
Distributed Counter Yes Yes
Free to use Yes Conditional
Active Yes Yes
Database Connection Pooling Yes No
Real time analytics Yes Yes
Creation Date 2009 ?
Community Driven Good No
WSDL No Yes
Web interface No Yes
Data encryption No ?
Widgets Dashboard Good ?
API Good Basic
Color ?
Cloud platform support
Online backup Yes No
Partial Index No ?
Function Based Index No Yes
Key length max 536 870 912 ?
Geographic Replication Yes ?
Log Yes Yes
Implementation flexibility (44% global votes) (0% global votes)
Download https:/​/​redislabs.​com/​redis-enterprise ?
Level of access authorization ?
Backup functionality Good Basic
Query Cache Yes ?
Ease of use ★★★★★ ★★★★☆
Free for commercial use Yes Yes
Sorts Yes Yes
Capped Collections Yes ?
Tuneable write concerns No ?
Read preferences Yes ?
Event Driven Architecture Yes ?
Open Source Yes ?
Op/s 1 000 000 ?
Maven support Yes ?
Triggers Yes ?
Server side custom code Yes ?
Perfomance ★★★★★ ★★★★☆
Cloud-enabled Yes Yes
Licenses model ?
API Test Control Yes ?
Pipeline Aggregation Yes ?
Spring Data Support Yes Yes
Geospatial Yes Yes
Text Analytics Yes No
Server Side Java Script No No
JSON Yes Yes
Flexible Table(Schema) Yes ?
Geo-distributed Yes Yes
Max rows in query result 10 000 ?
ORM Join Support No ?
Re-Reduce No ?
Clustering over WAN Yes ?
Fully Distributed Yes Yes
Stored Procedure Yes ?
Corruption Resistant No ?
Second Level Caching Yes ?
Auto-Sharding Yes Yes
Contributors 288 ?
Delta read Yes ?
Delta Update Yes ?
Aggregators Yes ?
Near cache No ?
Continuous query No ?
HTTP Session replication Yes ?
In business since 2010 2012
Number of systems in production 3 338 ?
24/7 support Yes Yes
Free edition Yes Yes
Distributed code Deployment No ?
Rolling Upgrade Yes ?
Dynamic index Yes ?
Data Grid interceptors Yes ?
Kafka Integration Yes ?
Storm Integration Yes ?
Offheap Memory Yes ?
In-Memory File System Yes ?
CEP Streaming No ?
SQL Queries No ?
Minimum Java version 6 ?
Multi-statement Transactions Yes No
memcached protocol Yes No
Does your mom understand it No No
JSR 107 Compliance No ?
Monitoring UI Yes No
CLI` Yes Yes
command-line console Yes ?
Web Page Caching Yes ?
In Memory Data Grid ?
Hadoop Integration Yes ?
Apache Spark Integration Yes ?
Should be written in Node.js Yes ?
Redis API Yes ?
Compute Grid Yes ?
Point In Time Recovery Yes ?
Is it hype? Yes ?
Does your boss understand it? Yes ?
Multilingual content ? Conditional
Release Date ? 18ᵗʰ January 2012
Materialized Views ? Yes
Concurrency ? Yes
Lund ? Yes
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    Redis is written in ANSI C (not C# as stated) - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redis
    Evan Summers18. Feb 2015 / 08:05

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