What is FastoNoSQL?
It is a cross-platform GUI Manager for Redis, Memcached, SSDB, LevelDB, RocksDB, LMDB, Unqlite, ForestDB, Pika, Dynomite and KeyDB databases(i.e. Admin GUI Client). Our Desktop Client works on the most amount of Linux systems, also on Windows, Mac OS X, FreeBSD and Android platforms.
FastoNoSQL is a tool in the Database Tools category of a tech stack.
FastoNoSQL is an open source tool with 1.1K GitHub stars and 87 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to FastoNoSQL's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses FastoNoSQL?
Redis, Memcached, RocksDB, LevelDB, and KeyDB are some of the popular tools that integrate with FastoNoSQL. Here's a list of all 7 tools that integrate with FastoNoSQL.
- Multiple Shells
- Redis Cluster support
- Access your server using SSH protocol
- Graphics of history
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