About Redis Administration

This category focusses on topics related to operating Redis servers, instead of programming applications or data modeling. These tasks vary widely, but include starting a Redis instance, setting up replicas, upgrading an existing server, performing backups, sharding, and handling a dataset larger than your available memory.

Redis administration covers very important and highly beneficial topics such as:
-Storage of data in memory
-Simplicity and ease of use.
-Flexible data structures.
-Replication and persistence.
High level of availability and scalability.
-Extensibility

another very important part is caching which to reduce data latency and increase processing capacity

Redis is optimal for implementing an in-memory cache to reduce data access latency, implement processing power, and lighten the database.

apart from this Redis works with practically all the best known programming languages ​​on the market.

The analysis in real time is very interesting since they can be used as streaming solutions (Apache kafka, Amazon kinesis), as a data warehouse in memory, to incorporate, process and analyze data in real time.

Redis enables the development of high-value applications by simplifying administrative tasks.

It is recommended to see two comparisons that I was reading that they make between Redis of self-managed open source and Amazon elasticache fully managed for redis, very interesting the characteristics of each one.

Redis is optimal for implementing an in-memory cache to reduce data access latency, implement processing power, and lighten the database.

apart from this Redis works with practically all the best known programming languages ​​on the market.

…and PHP :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

The great difference between Redis and other databases is that Redis resides in memory while the other databases that we commonly use are stored on disks or SSDs.

It should be noted that by storing the data directly in memory, the information can be obtained in a matter of seconds.

One of the many characteristics that Redis has within the data structure is its versatility, availability, transactions, among others.

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