In the NOSQL movement - document databases can handle around 1,000 writes per second - that is pretty cool.
I needed more for my projects - a LOT more. So I did a lot of research and found no match for ULTRA performance.
So I have created my own key/value (object) database because performance IS key. It can do 200,000 writes per second on a crappy laptop.
Scott Hanselman from Microsoft even twitted about it and starred it at github.
Get it for free here:
I would love to hear you comments and how you use it.
Just wanted to give back to the developers... Now there is no excuse - get coding like a boss :-)