Redis: Links, News and Resources (2)

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mranney / node_redis
redis client for node

A Collection Of Redis Use Cases

Why I like Redis
Redis is typically categorised as yet another of those new-fangled NoSQL key/value stores, but if you look closer it actually has some pretty unique characteristics. It makes more sense to describe it as a “data structure server”—it provides a network service that exposes persistent storage and operations over dictionaries, lists, sets and string values

Introducing Resque
Resque is our Redis-backed library for creating background jobs, placing those jobs on multiple queues, and processing them later.
Background jobs can be any Ruby class or module that responds to perform.

Try Redis
Welcome to Try Redis, a demonstration of the Redis database!

How to take advantage of Redis just adding it to your stack
Redis is different than other database solutions in many ways: it uses memory as main storage support and disk only for persistence, the data model is pretty unique, it is single threaded and so forth. I think that another big difference is that in order to take advantage of Redis in your production environment you don’t need to switch to Redis. You can just use it in order to do new things that were not possible before, or in order to fix old problems.

Building a Real-Time Location-Based Urban Geofencing Game with, Redis, Node.js and Sinatra Synchrony
How we planned, built and tested a truly real-time location-based game with, Redis, Node.js, and what we learned along the way.

Redis tutorial, April 2010

Using Redis with Node.js

Lazybones: A Monk Skeleton for CouchDB and Sinatra


Cassandra vs MongoDB vs CouchDB vs Redis vs Riak vs HBase vs Membase vs Neo4j comparison

Redis Sentinel design draft 1.1
Redis Sentinel is the name of the Redis high availability solution that’s currently under development. It has nothing to do with Redis Cluster and is intended to be used by people that don’t need Redis Cluster, but simply a way to perform automatic fail over when a master instance is not functioning correctly.

debasishg / cqrs-akka
An implementation of CQRS using scalaz for functional domain models and Akka for event sourcing

PubSub with Redis and Akka Actors

MSOpenTech / redis
Redis is an in-memory database that persists on disk. The data model is key-value, but many different kind of values are supported: Strings, Lists, Sets, Sorted Sets, Hashes
Port to Windows

daitangio / code_zauker
A search engine for programming language based on ruby and redis

Redis to go
Simple Redis Hosting

The Instagram Architecture Facebook Bought For A Cool Billion Dollars
Lessons learned: 1) Keep it very simple 2) Don’t re-invent the wheel 3) Go with proven and solid technologies when you can.
…Redis powers their main feed, activity feed, sessions system, and other services.

EVAL script numkeys key [key …] arg [arg …]

sutajio / related
Related is a Redis-backed high performance distributed graph database.

Just how big are porn sites?
Redis is everywhere 😉

Building real-time feed updates for NewsBlur with Redis and WebSockets

Redis and Ohm
RubyConf Uruguay 2010

Object-hash mapping library for Redis
Ohm is a library for storing objects in Redis, a persistent key-value database. It includes an extensible list of validations and has very good performance.
Ruby version, links to Java, Lua, Node.js, Python

Step by Step: Implementing Redis In Erlang

What Are 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Using Redis?
Cloudnode is a new hosting platform for Node.js, CouchDB and Redis

defunkt / resque
Resque is a Redis-backed Ruby library for creating background jobs, placing them on multiple queues, and processing them later

Redis Manifesto

My Links

Keep tuned!

Angel “Java” Lopez

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