Chronix vs RethinkDB: What are the differences?
Chronix: A fast and efficient time series storage based on Apache Lucene and Apache Solr. Chronix is built to store time series highly compressed and for fast access times. In comparison to related time series databases, Chronix does not only take 5 to 171 times less space, but it also shaves off 83% of the access time, and up to 78% off the runtime on a mix of real world queries; RethinkDB: JSON. Scales to multiple machines with very little effort. Open source. RethinkDB is built to store JSON documents, and scale to multiple machines with very little effort. It has a pleasant query language that supports really useful queries like table joins and group by, and is easy to setup and learn.
Chronix and RethinkDB can be categorized as "Databases" tools.
Chronix and RethinkDB are both open source tools. RethinkDB with 22.4K GitHub stars and 1.74K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Chronix with 247 GitHub stars and 23 GitHub forks.
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We initially chose RethinkDB because of the schema-less document store features, and better durability resilience/story than MongoDB In the end, it didn't work out quite as we expected: there's plenty of scalability issues, it's near impossible to run analytical workloads and small community makes working with Rethink a challenge. We're in process of migrating all our workloads to PostgreSQL and hopefully, we will be able to decommission our RethinkDB deployment soon.
High-speed update-aware storage used in our region server infrastructure; provides a good middle layer for storage of rapidly modified information.
Main database, using it in multiple datacenters in an active-active configuration.