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Datastores ‚Äč

In Nullstone, a datastore is any system that holds data. This includes all the classic relational or nosql databases you would expect, but also includes caches, queues, file stores, etc.

Nullstone provides modules for:

  • relational databases (e.g. postgres, mysql)
  • nosql databases (e.g. mongodb, dynamodb)
  • cache and key/value stores (e.g. redis, consul)
  • message queues (e.g. kafka, sqs)
  • object stores (e.g. s3, file volumes)
  • secret managers (e.g. vault)
  • log/metric providers (e.g. datadog, splunk, sumologic)