RedisGreen vs ZeroDB: What are the differences?
Developers describe RedisGreen as "Dedicated NoSQL Databases for the Realtime Web". Redis drives the best sites on the web, from Twitter to Pinterest. RedisGreen makes it easy for anyone to use. Customers can spin up databases at the click of a button. RedisGreen's future is in very fast tools to make the most difficult aspects of modern web application development faster, cheaper, and less labor-intensive.
. On the other hand, ZeroDB is detailed as "Moving on-premise databases to the cloud, cheaply and securely". ZeroDB enables clients to run queries over encrypted databases without exposing decrypted data to the server and without a proxy gateway. Data at rest and in use is secure - the cloud is no longer a single point of failure.
RedisGreen and ZeroDB are primarily classified as "Redis Hosting" and "Databases" tools respectively.
Some of the features offered by RedisGreen are:
- Your server is yours- Every single RedisGreen server is a dedicated EC2 instance, not an ad-hoc multi-tenant environment. Your server will perform as predictably as a reserved EC2 instance, with fast access from the same region.
- Monitored at every level- Our servers are monitored at the server, host, and network levels and we have at least two engineers on-call at all times. Problems are responded to within minutes — not hours — and are often diagnosed and fixed before they become serious.
- Deep insight- Our dashboard graphs your server’s health and performance metrics for every single command. Diagnose performance issues, optimize your use of Redis, and predict problems before they occur.
On the other hand, ZeroDB provides the following key features:
- End-to-End DB Encryption
- Queries Over Encrypted Data
- Direct Cloud Sharing
ZeroDB is an open source tool with 1.58K GitHub stars and 99 GitHub forks. Here's a link to ZeroDB's open source repository on GitHub.