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Redis For Dummies

by Steve Suehring

Redis For Dummies

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Book Description

NoSQL is a modern data persistence storage paradigm that provides data persistence for environments where high performance is a primary requirement. Within NoSQL, data is stored in such a way as to make both writing and reading quite fast, even under heavy load.

Redis and Redis Enterprise are market-leading, multi-model NoSQL databases that bring NoSQL to organizations both big and small. Redis is open source, and Redis Enterprise software adds several enhancements that are important to the enterprise customer. Redis Enterprise Cloud enables Redis Enterprise deployments on popular cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.

This book provides a starting point for those new to NoSQL and those who have heard about NoSQL but would like to see how it might be used in their organization.

The book serves multiple audiences, with chapters geared towards managers and chapters specifically for developers. You don't need to read this book from front to back, but you certainly can!

This open access book is Complimented by Redis. You can download Redis For Dummies ebook for free in PDF format (5.9 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
What Is Redis?
Chapter 2
What Is Redis Used For?
Chapter 3
Getting Started with Redis
Chapter 4
Using Multi-Model Redis: Data Models, Structures, and Modules
Chapter 5
Redis Architecture and Topology
Chapter 6
Using Redis Enterprise Software and Redis Enterprise Cloud
Chapter 7
A Simple Redis Application
Chapter 8
Building an Application with RediSearch
Chapter 9
Developing an Active-Active/Conflict-Free Replicated Data Type Application
Chapter 10
Ten Things You Can Do with Redis

Book Details

Redis For Dummies
Computer Science
John Wiley & Sons
ISBN13 Digital
ISBN10 Digital
PDF Size
5.9 MB
Compliments of Redis

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