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prest - pREST is a way to serve a RESTful API from any databases written in Go

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There is PostgREST written in Haskell, but keeping Haskell software in production is not an easy job. With this need pREST was born. Read more.

jsonlite - A simple, self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, json document store.

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JSONlite sandboxes the current working directory similar to SQLite. The JSONlite data directory is named jsonlite.data by default, and each json document is validated and saved pretty printed as a uuid. json_reformat is the fastest of the three. jq comes in at a close second and python -m json.tool is significantly the slowest. If possible, avoid using python -m json.tool.

ansible-role-mysql - Ansible Role - MySQL

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Installs and configures MySQL or MariaDB server on RHEL/CentOS or Debian/Ubuntu servers. The home directory inside which Python MySQL settings will be stored, which Ansible will use when connecting to MySQL. This should be the home directory of the user which runs this Ansible role. The mysql_user_name and mysql_user_password can be set if you are running this role under a non-root user account and want to set a non-root user.

quinedb - QuineDB is a quine that is also a key-value store.

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QuineDB is a quine that is also a key/value store. QuineDB consists of the quinedb script in this repository. It is written in Bash and requires Bash 4.




things.sh - Simple read-only comand-line interface to your Things 3 database

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Simple read-only comand-line interface to your Things 3 database (incl. CSV export). Since Things uses a SQLite database (which should come pre-installed on your Mac) we can simply query it straight from the command line. We only do read operations since we don't want to mess up your data. These graphs have been generated based on the CSV export. For example: things.sh -r '-14 days' statcsv > lastTwoWeeks.csv && open lastTwoWeeks.csv (and then generating a Stacked Column graph).

docker-couchdb - :whale: Source of the official Apache CouchDB Docker image ⚠️ NOTICE ⚠️: moved to the CouchDB org

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Yet Another Dockerized CouchDB. Put the couch in a docker container and ship it anywhere. Available on the docker registry as klaemo/couchdb:latest. This is a developer preview of the upcoming CouchDB 2.0 release. A data volume is exposed on /opt/couchdb/data, and the node's port is exposed on 5984.

oracle12c-vagrant - A vagrant box that provisions Oracle 12c automatically.

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A vagrant box that provisions Oracle 12c automatically, using only Vagrant and a shell script. The folder oradata is mounted as a shared folder with permissions for Oracle to use it. If you have Oracle schemas that will consume a lot of space, create a tablespace for your schema in this directory instead of using the built in tablespaces. See tablespace.sql for an example of how to create a tablespace in this directory.


docker-postgres - A docker container running PostgreSQL 9.6

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This is a highly configurable container for PostgreSQL 9.6. It allows for basic initial user/pass and schema configuration via ENV variables. This container is preloaded with the following extensions.

mysql-parallel - A set of scripts and tools to speed up MySQL dumps and restores by running them in parallel

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These scripts are used to run MySQL dumps and restores in parallel, with one job per table. This brings significant performance increases in most dumps and restores, especially when SSDs are used. By default, jobs will be spawned for each concurrent thread that the system can run. As well, lbzip2 will be used, as with bzip2 any dumps or restores where a small number of tables contain the majority of the data will be blocked by a single bzip2 process on a CPU core. While this might seem a bit extreme, in practice the OS X scheduler (and presumably the Linux schedule) handles the large number of processes and threads just fine. By default, Ubuntu sets the --tollef flag in /etc/parallel/config. This breaks these scripts in amusing and horrible ways. Remove that line from the global configuration if you want to use these scripts. See GNU parallel not working at all for details.

openshift-cartridge-mysql - Custom cartridge for OpenShift providing MySQL 5.7.17

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This is a custom OpenShift cartridge providing the latest MySQL version (5.7.17 as of March 29 2017). Because the standard OpenShift MySQL cartridge is stuck at 5.5 and some people are keen to use the latest MySQL server features (such as improved support for spatial data).

docker-kafka-alpine - Alpine Linux based Kafka Docker Image

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This will create a single-node kafka broker (listening on localhost:9092), a local zookeeper instance and create the topic test-topic with 1 replication-factor and 1 partition.

gke-stateful-applications-demo - This project installs an Apache Cassandra database into a Kubernetes Engine cluster

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This proof of concept deploys a Kubernetes Engine Cluster and then installs an Apache Cassandra database running on that cluster. Various scripts are contained within this project that provide push button creation, validation, and deletion of the Cassandra(C*) database and Kubernetes Engine cluster.

bitnami-docker-mariadb - Bitnami MariaDB Docker Image

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MariaDB is a fast, reliable, scalable, and easy to use open-source relational database system. MariaDB Server is intended for mission-critical, heavy-load production systems as well as for embedding into mass-deployed software. Non-root container images add an extra layer of security and are generally recommended for production environments. However, because they run as a non-root user, privileged tasks are typically off-limits. Learn more about non-root containers in our docs.

bitnami-docker-mysql - Bitnami MySQL Docker Image

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MySQL is a fast, reliable, scalable, and easy to use open-source relational database system. MySQL Server is intended for mission-critical, heavy-load production systems as well as for embedding into mass-deployed software. Non-root container images add an extra layer of security and are generally recommended for production environments. However, because they run as a non-root user, privileged tasks are typically off-limits. Learn more about non-root containers in our docs.

bitnami-docker-redis - Bitnami Redis Docker Image

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Redis is an advanced key-value cache and store. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets, bitmaps and hyperloglogs. Non-root container images add an extra layer of security and are generally recommended for production environments. However, because they run as a non-root user, privileged tasks are typically off-limits. Learn more about non-root containers in our docs.

mariadb-container - MariaDB container images based on Red Hat Software Collections and intended for OpenShift and general usage

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This repository contains Dockerfiles for MariaDB images for OpenShift and general usage. Users can choose between RHEL, Fedora and CentOS based images. MariaDB container is very similar to the MySQL container available at https://github.com/sclorg/mysql-container.