Dolt is a relational database, i.e. it has tables, and you can execute SQL queries against those tables. It also has version control primitives that operate at the level of table cell. Thus Dolt is a database that supports fine grained value-wise version control, where all changes to data and schema are stored in commit log.
This is interesting–another data version control solution! DVC and Pachyderm have been operating in this space for years, but this is the first solution I’ve seen to essentially turn the log of a database into a git commit stream. I can’t tell whether that feels like a…good idea…or not?? I’ll be interested to follow how Dolt evolves.