Database - Key Value (Database | Store)

Data System Architecture


A key-value database / store is a NoSQL database based on the key-value data that is stored in

You store some data, called a value, inside a key. The data can later be retrieved by key.

Each value is not limited to primitive data type but also a complex one such as list, a hashes.


  • shopping cart
  • session service.


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