Process Millions of Operations per Second
We lift the performance restrictions, on how you design, manage and monitor your systems.
We strive to offer the best performance possible and focus on micro-second latencies on a single thread.
|OffHeap Data Structures (Map, Set, Queue)|
|Distributed Data Structures (Map, Set, Queue)|
|WAN Replication (Map, Set, Queue)|
|Enhanced Latency Controls|
|WAN Data distribution Optimisation|
|Replication Over Compressed Connections|
|Bandwidth Usage Controls|
|Enhanced Clustering Support|
|Management and Monitoring GUI|
Chronicle provides persisted storage which can be shared between processes on the same machine or replicated across many machines. It is designed for ultra low latency, around a micro-second, and high throughput, in the tens of millions of event/operations per second.
Chronicle provides a simple easy-to-use Java Library, which acts like java.util Map & Queue. Unlike Map and Queue, These collections are shared between your processes, so a value written to one process is immediately available on the other. Programming Chronicle is just as easy as programming with the standard java libraries.
Scalability & Resilience
Chronicle has built in resilience with no single point of failure, it will seamlessly recover without any data loss.
Chronicle provides an enterprise distributed shared memory processing grid. It scales both linearly and vertically, with blisteringly fast performance.
Chronicle is designed to be as fast as possible on a single node. Vertical scalability reduces your latency, while horizontal scalability increases your throughput. Ideally, you want both these. Using Chronicle you will need less nodes in your system.
Chronicle offers Outstanding Performance with very fast interprocess communication (IPC), its able to share state changes between processes in around 40 nanoseconds. Moving to Chronicle will not only give you the huge performance benefits but it reduces your budget requirements and frees up compute resource to add functionality.
Chronicle is an open source software product which is available under the Apache 2 license. Its an established project that has been active since 2011.