The STSdb 4.0 engine is based on WaterfallTree™ data structure – a patented STS Soft SC technology. W-tree effectively solves one of the most fundamental problems in the database world - speed degradation on random keys indexing.
This allows STSdb 4.0 to support multiple indexes in real-time over multiple tables without performance impact. The database works blazing with both random & sequential keys.
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An unique blend between data indexing and streaming large data.
The bottleneck of every database is the seek time latency of a storage device.
Compares the new W-tree technology with existing technologies.
Innovative data structure for real-time indexing of low and high level entropy keys.
Scalable and versatile node for cloud computing, big enterprise and heterogeneous systems.
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STSdb is an embedded NoSQL database and virtual file system in one. It is build up from scratch without using any third party components. Data is stored in a very flexible key-value format where the key consists of the combination of sub-keys (represented as comparable types) and an associated value (represented as a collection of serializable types).
In STSdb data is multi-dimensionally indexed (lexicographically ordered) by key. This characteristic allows it to support existing data models and different indexing strategies.
The backbone of STSdb is WaterfallTree™ - patent pending technology of STS Soft SC. Formally W-tree is a natural generalization of B+-tree. In general operations in B+-tree are executed synchronously (one by one) while in W-tree operations are executed аsynchronously (in groups). As a result W-tree solves the problem of speed degradation when indexing records with random keys. This allows to maintain multiple indexes in real-time without harming system performance. Theoretical models and empirical studies show 100x increase in speed of indexing using W-tree instead of B+-tree.