Is the FREE kdb + 32 bit in memory database decent for high speed tick data or is this open source Kona solution good enough?

(Last Updated On: September 2, 2014)

Is the FREE kdb + 32 bit in memory database decent for high speed tick data  or is this open source Kona solution good enough?

This topic came out for some within London!

Read this as a potentially good in memory database option for tick data

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=7522327

 

This was mentioned by the contact:

https://github.com/kevinlawler/kona

Any opinions of this Kona?

Update: It was suggested the codingto learn how to reveerse engineer this Kona is not wise due to complex coding both in the interpreter and database languages.

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