|Initial release||July 7, 2020|
0.5.5 / September 5, 2021
|Written in||C++ Apache Thrift|
|Type||Wide-column store Key-value store|
|License||GNU General Public License 3.0 Proprietary|
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The "Super" name extension to the Wide Column Database is the wideness of column's Cell-Key made of Fractions [F(0), F(1), F(2), ..] with a limit of 2^24 Fractions. SWC-DB doesn't have Tables nor Namespaces while volume of columns are numerous (2^64) with support of Tags in the Column-Schema.
The architecture of the system is a design letting Yottabytes+ handling capabilities on a quadrillion base of records/entries.
The SWC-DB system is written in C++ with user integration options in C++ proprietary client API or with the programming languages supported by Apache Thrift Protocol. The supporting packages available in distribution are for the programming-languages Ruby, Python and Java.
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