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Benchmarking Redis on AWS ElastiCache — Meldium
Amazon announced last week that the AWS ElastiCache service now supports the Redis protocol. We decided to benchmark all the available instance types to see what gives both the best raw performance, and the best bang for the buck. For most users, the m1-medium, m1-large, and especially m2-xlarge instances are the best combination of price, performance, and available memory.
aws  amazon  redis  ec2  cloud  performance  benchmark  teste  review  nosql  iaas  document_database 
september 2013 by rtopitt
Alex Kahn | Notes on Redis: Data Modeling, Hashes, and Namespaces
Redis has been receiving a lot of praise lately and is the subject of lot of excitement online. This praise is deserved – it’s an excellent piece of software. I’ve had the pleasure of using Redis recently and here are some of my findings.
redis  nosql  ruby  review  importante  how-to  rails  caso_de_uso  tip  database 
january 2011 by rtopitt
Redis, from the Ground Up ← Michael J. Russo | mjrusso.com
A deep dive into Redis' origins, design decisions, feature set, and a look at a few potential applications.
redis  nosql  artigo  review  software_livre  importante  inspiração  database 
october 2010 by rtopitt
Auto Complete with Redis
Auto complete is a cool and useful feature for users, but it can be non trivial to implement it with good performances when the set of completions is big.
autocomplete  how-to  redis  ruby  geek  busca  algorithm  programming 
september 2010 by rtopitt
RestMQ - Redis based message queue
RestMQ is a message queue which uses HTTP as transport, JSON to format a minimalist protocol and is organized as REST resources. It stands on the shoulder of giants, built over Python, Twisted, Cyclone (a Tornado implementation over twisted) and Redis. Message queues are created on the fly, as a message is sent to them. They are simple to use as a curl request can be.
redis  messaging  queue  software_livre  json 
august 2010 by rtopitt
Alex Kahn | Notes on Redis: Data Modeling, Hashes, and Namespaces
Redis has been receiving a lot of praise lately and is the subject of lot of excitement online. This praise is deserved – it’s an excellent piece of software. I’ve had the pleasure of using Redis recently and here are some of my findings.
redis  ruby  gem  nosql  key_value_store  how-to  orm  rails  importante  tip  database 
july 2010 by rtopitt
Building a Twitter Filter With Sinatra, Redis, and TweetStream @ DigitalHobbit
In the remainder of this post, I will describe the architecture of Twatcher, along with the rationale behind it. I will also share some code snippets that should allow you to follow along and build your own Twitter filter app.
twitter  api  ruby  sinatra  streaming  redis  how-to  webapp  filtro 
november 2009 by rtopitt
redis - Project Hosting on Google Code
A persistent key-value database with built-in net interface written in ANSI-C for Posix systems. Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is not volatile, and values can be strings, exactly like in memcached, but also lists and sets with atomic operations to push/pop elements.
redis  memcached  c  ruby  software_livre  performance  cache  database 
october 2009 by rtopitt

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