ZarahDB.Library by Mike Reed

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 ZarahDB.Library 1.0.6

Store nearly anything instantly and easily, without the need of a database server. All you need to access to the folder where the data is stored. This is great for tiny applications, or giant enterprise applications because it scales from a single machine almost to infinity, with almost no degradation in performance from the first record to the trillionth. You can have as many nodes as can share a file (almost limitless), as many records as the disk can hold (this grows every year), as much Sharding of data as folder structures allow (again, almost limitless). From a scaling perspective, it is very robust. The very granular, performant approach used removes almost all limits to size, accessibility, and availability. The limits are controlled by the infrastructure and not by ZarahDB. If the OS can reach the file, ZarahDB can work with it. OpenSource code at https://github.com/MikeReedKS/ZarahDB

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    <version>1.0.6</version>
    <title>ZarahDB Library for .Net</title>
    <authors>Mike Reed</authors>
    <owners>Benchmark Solutions LLC</owners>
    <licenseUrl>http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0</licenseUrl>
    <projectUrl>http://zarahdb.com/</projectUrl>
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    <description>Store nearly anything instantly and easily, without the need of a database server. All you need to access to the folder where the data is stored. This is great for tiny applications, or giant enterprise applications because it scales from a single machine almost to infinity, with almost no degradation in performance from the first record to the trillionth. You can have as many nodes as can share a file (almost limitless), as many records as the disk can hold (this grows every year), as much Sharding of data as folder structures allow (again, almost limitless). From a scaling perspective, it is very robust. The very granular, performant approach used removes almost all limits to size, accessibility, and availability. The limits are controlled by the infrastructure and not by ZarahDB. If the OS can reach the file, ZarahDB can work with it.

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    <summary>NoSQL Scattered Database solution for the .Net framework. A highly scaleable combination of a Key/Value and a Document database. No DB Server install required.</summary>
    <releaseNotes>Initial Beta Release - Not yet ready for prime time. It is highly useable. Source code is available on GitHub. Nothing is yet written in stone. No promises of future compatibility are assured. None the less, it is cool, new and so bloody fast and easy, it might be worth a few minutes to check it out!</releaseNotes>
    <copyright>2017 Benchmark Solutions LLC</copyright>
    <language>en-US</language>
    <tags>Scatted NoSQL DB Database Zarah ZarahDB</tags>
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