Geddy defaults to using the in-memory adapter for newly generated apps, but it's easy to change if you'd like.
Nope! Geddy was built with data versatility in mind. Each of your models can define it's own adapter, or it can fall back to your globally set adapter.
Geddy uses Node's built in cluster module to create worker processes. This is configurable on an environment to environment basis.
Yep! Just use the router's built in 'resource' method and it will build out a full restful API for your resource.
Yes it can, just use the 'geddy app' command.
Yep - the 'geddy scaffold' command is the one you're looking for.
That's not a question.