Category - Key Value Store

Key-Value Stores store Data as key-value pairs and offer fast access based on keys. They are simple and scalable, suitable for caching and high-speed data retrieval. Examples include Redis, Amazon DynamoDB.

Performance optimization in key-value stores involves efficient key design, caching, and data partitioning. Designing keys that distribute the data evenly across the storage nodes can prevent hotspots and ensure balanced load.
Caching frequently accessed key-value pairs in memory can significantly improve response times. Data partitioning can be used to scale horizontally and distribute the load across multiple servers.

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