What is Kdb+?
It is a column-based relational time-series database with in-memory abilities. The database is commonly used in high-frequency trading to store, analyze, process, and retrieve large data sets at high speed. kdb+ has the ability to handle billions of records and analyzes data within a database.
Kdb+ is a tool in the In-Memory Databases category of a tech stack.
Who uses Kdb+?
- In-memory compute engine
- Real-time streaming processor
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