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In Nullstone, a datastore is any system that holds data. Most developer platforms include classical databases; however, Nullstone datastores encompass the following:

  • 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)
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