Dolt combines the convenience and ease of use of a relational database, with the elegance of the Git version control model, all delivered as an open source tool.
Dolt is Git for data. Git versions files. Dolt versions tables. Dolt looks a lot like Git all the way down to the help documentation. We didn't want a better version control interface. We just wanted a version-controlled database. Dolt can version any set of tables from a small Excel spreadsheet to a terabyte-scale database.
Dolt is also a relational database. Dolt stores data in tables with schemas. You interact with the database using SQL.
Dolt uses a custom database engine to provide fast operations and efficient storage for large tables. Dolt treats rows as unordered and understands columns, so diffs and merges are table cell-based instead of line-based, providing a more ergonomic data-versioning experience.
Dolt is open source, get a copy here .
To complement Dolt, we built DoltHub. As GitHub is to Git, so DoltHub is to Dolt.
DoltHub is a cloud hosting service for Dolt databases that allows users to leverage the power of the Git workflow in order to collaboratively create and maintain databases that are accessible using SQL semantics we know and love, all while keeping a copy of the data on a secure cloud hosted platform.
Dolt is currently in private beta. We will host public data for free, and charge a fee to host private data. DoltHub will evolve to private tools for disciplined collaboration on building and managing data.
Join the private Beta at dolthub.com
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