Redis (REmote DIctionary Server) is an in-memory data storage tool that provides high performance through data structures like strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, and bitmaps. Redis offers persistent storage, supports replication, and provides high availability and distribution.
Uses of Redis
Due to its high speed, Redis is often used as a cache to reduce web page loading times or alleviate database loads.
Redis can be used to store user session data.
Using data structures like lists, Redis can function as a message broker.
Redis offers atomic operations, making it suitable for counting and analytics systems.
Technical Aspects and Capabilities
Redis provides fast data reading and writing due to in-memory storage.
Supports various data structures.
Data can be persisted on disk, providing long-term storage.
With sharding and replication mechanisms, Redis ensures stability and high availability.
Redis offers transaction capabilities with MULTI, EXEC, and WATCH commands.
Features of Using Redis
This ensures safety when working with simultaneous requests.
Even though Redis is an in-memory storage system, it can store data on disk.
Redis supports publication and subscription patterns for implementing real-time systems.
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