Client Protocols Supported by Apache Ignite
Ignite supports several protocols for client connectivity to Ignite clusters, including Ignite Native Clients, REST/HTTP, SSL/TLS, Memcached, Node.js (under development), etc.
|Ignite Native Client||
Ignite Native Clients provide full functionality of Ignite In-Memory Data Fabric to
the remote clients connecting to the data fabric. It allows to use the whole set of
Ignite is Memcached compliant, which enables users to store and retrieve distributed data from Ignite cache using any Memcached compatible client, including Java, PHP, Python, Ruby, and other Memcached clients.
Ignite provides an HTTP REST client that gives you the ability to communicate with the grid over HTTP and HTTPS protocols using REST approach. REST APIs can be used to perform different operations, like read/write from/to cache, execute tasks, get various metrics and more.
Ignite allows you to use SSL socket communication among all Ignite client and server nodes.
|Node.JS (under development)||
Ignite will provide Node.JS client connectivity which enables all cache operations, and SQL queries over JSON data stored in Ignite.