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Redis

Redis

Redis is an open source, advanced key-value store in a similar vein to memcache but the dataset is non-volatile. It is often referred to as a data structure server since keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets and sorted sets.

Redis is a TCP server using the client-server model and what is called a Request/Response protocol.

Redis offers many different ways to do one straightforward thing: store a value ("antirez") to a key ("redis").

 Redis 2.8.9

Price
Free to download

Size
1.0MB
License

BSD license

Developer
Salvatore Sanfilippo

Website
redis.io

System Requirements
libc6

Support:
Documentation, Tutorials, FAQ, Mailing List, Twitter, London Redis Meetup Group, The San Francisco Redis Meetup Group

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Easy to set up
  • Native support for atomically manipulating and querying data structures such as lists and sets
  • Very simple to use and configure master-slave replication that allows slave Redis servers to be exact copies of master servers
  • Redis Virtual Memory which allows users to grow their dataset beyond RAM limitations
  • Special encoding of small aggregate data types
  • Loads and mantains the whole dataset into memory, but the dataset is persistent
  • Supports setting timeouts to keys so that this key will be automatically removed when a given amount of time passes
  • Multiple databases with commands to atomically move keys from one database to the other
  • MULTI/EXEC family of commands
  • Popping from a list in a blocking fashion
  • Publish messages onto channels and subscribe to receive all messages that are published on channels
  • Unix domain socket support
  • Syslog support

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