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What is Badger ? A fast key-value store written natively in Go. Badger is written out of frustration with existing KV stores which are either natively written in Go and slow, or fast but require usage of Cgo. Badger aims to provide an equal or better speed compared to industry leading KV stores (like RocksDB), while maintaining the entire code base in Go natively.

What is IBM DB2? A family of database server products developed by IBM. DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows is optimized to deliver industry-leading performance across multiple workloads, while lowering administration, storage, development, and server costs.

Badger and IBM DB2 can be categorized as "Databases" tools.

Badger is an open source tool with 6.13K GitHub stars and 430 GitHub forks. Here's a link to Badger 's open source repository on GitHub.

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      Rock solid and very scalable
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      BLU Analytics is amazingly fast
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      Native XML support
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      Secure by default
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      Easy
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    What is Badger ?

    Badger is written out of frustration with existing KV stores which are either natively written in Go and slow, or fast but require usage of Cgo. Badger aims to provide an equal or better speed compared to industry leading KV stores (like RocksDB), while maintaining the entire code base in Go natively.

    What is IBM DB2?

    DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows is optimized to deliver industry-leading performance across multiple workloads, while lowering administration, storage, development, and server costs.

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