Saturday, November 07, 2015

Azure Caching: Redis

ScottGu's Blog - Azure: Redis Cache, Disaster Recovery to Azure, Tagging Support, Elastic Scale for SQLDB, DocDB
"Unlike traditional caches which deal only with key-value pairs, Redis is popular for its support of high performancedata types, on which you can perform atomic operations such as appending to a string, incrementing the value in a hash, pushing to a list, computing set intersection, union and difference, or getting the member with highest ranking in a sorted set. Other features include support for transactions, pub/sub, Lua scripting, keys with a limited time-to-live, and configuration settings to make Redis behave more like a traditional cache."

Microsoft AppFabric 1.1 for Windows Server Ends Support 4/2/2016 - AppFabric Team Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
"recommend all Microsoft AppFabric customers using Cache to move to Microsoft Azure Redis Cache."
Azure Redis Cache - Redis cache cloud service | Microsoft Azure

Trying Redis Caching as a Service on Windows Azure - Scott Hanselman

Using Redis as a Service in Azure to speed up ASP.NET applications - Scott Hanselman

Redis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Redis is a data structure server. It is open-source, networked, in-memory, and stores keys with optional durability. The development of Redis has been sponsored by Redis Labs since June 2015.[3] Before that, it was sponsored by Pivotal Software[4] and by VMware.[5][6] According to the monthly ranking by, Redis is the most popular key-value database.[7] Redis has also been ranked the #1 NoSQL (and #4 database) in User Satisfaction and Market Presence based on user reviews,[8] the most popular NoSQL database in containers,[9] and the #2 NoSQL among Top 50 Developer Tools & Services.[10] The name Redis means REmote DIctionary Server."

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