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Question: Who uses KeyDB?


KeyDB is a high-performance, multi-threaded, in-memory NoSQL database that is fully compatible with Redis. It can be used as a drop-in replacement for Redis and offers significant performance improvements over Redis.

KeyDB has been adopted by many companies and organizations worldwide to power their applications. Some of the notable users of KeyDB are:

  • Verizon Media: Verizon Media, a leading global media and technology company, uses KeyDB to power their ad-serving platform.
  • Netlify: Netlify, a popular web development platform, uses KeyDB to handle distributed locking and caching in their infrastructure.
  • The Trade Desk: The Trade Desk, a global advertising technology company, uses KeyDB to power their real-time bidding platform.
  • AppLovin: AppLovin, a mobile marketing platform, uses KeyDB to handle high-throughput data streams in their infrastructure.

Apart from these companies, many other organizations and individuals use KeyDB for their performance-critical applications. With its high-performance architecture and full Redis compatibility, KeyDB is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a fast and scalable NoSQL database solution.

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