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  • Cassandra

    Apache Cassandra is a highly scalable, high-performance distributed database designed to handle large amounts of data across many commodity servers, providing high availability with no single point of failure. It is a type of NoSQL database developed by Apache Software Foundation.

  • Custom Service

    Buddy offers a wide variety of predefined services. Sometimes, however, we might be missing an integration vital to the user's process. With 'Custom Service' features, it is possible to add and configure your own service and use it in your Buddy builds.

  • Elastic Search

    Elasticsearch, developed by Shay Banon. is a Lucene library-based full-text search engine with a web interface and schema-free JSON documents. Elasticsearch provides a near real-time search and multitenancy support which is highly elastic and scalable.

  • MariaDB

    MariaDB is MySQL-based open-source relational database management system (or DBMS for short) under the GNU General Public License created by the original developers of MySQL. MariaDB supports advanted clustering compatible with Oracle Database and Temporal Data Tables.

  • Memcached

    Memcached is a general use distributed memory caching system utilized by database-driven webistes to improve their performance. This is achieved by using RAM memory to cache data and objects which reduces the amount of times external data sources must be read. Memcached is free and open-source.

  • MongoDB

    MongoDB is a community-developed dynamic, open-source NoSQL document and object oriented database program that uses JSON-like documents with database schema. MongoDB is developed by MongoDB Inc. under the Server Side Public License (SSPL for short).

  • MySQL

    Developed by a Swedish company MySQL AB, MySQL remains a most popular open-source database management system (RDBMS for short) and a go-to choice for web applications supporting a wide range of projects. MySQL is free under the GNU General Public License.

  • Postgres

    PostgreSQL is a object-relational database management system. It's main function is to securely store data to be retrieved when requested by other applications. PostgreSQL is ACID compliant and implements most of the SQL:2011 standards. PostgreSQL supports various SQL querries utilizing a vast array of indexing methods not available in other databases.

  • RabbitMQ

    Rabbit is an Erlang-based open-source message queueing/brokering software that acts as a 'middleman' for web-based applications. RabbitMQ allows for reduced loads and delivery times by assigning lengthy tasks to a currently jobless third party.

  • Redis

    Redis is an ANSI C-based, in-memory, key-value data store that supports various abstract data structures like maps, hyperloglogs bitmaps, spatial indexes, sorted sets and more. Redis is open-source on Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) license.

  • Selenium Chrome

    Selenium is a freeware web app test automation tool compatible with Java, C#, Perl, Ruby, Python and Groovy. One of its most important feature is ability to record and replay the tests and possibility to run concurrent tests. This specific service is dedicated towards Google Chrome tests.