Redis: The Definitive Guide: Data modeling, caching, and messaging

Redis: The Definitive Guide: Data modeling, caching, and messaging
Authors
Salvatore Sanfilippo, Pieter Noordhuis
ISBN
1449396097
Published
22 Jul 2011
Purchase online
amazon.com

Written by the Redis dream team—including its creator, key developers, and the community itself—this book provides the details you need to implement this advanced key-value data store quickly and discerningly. Database administrators, architects, and programmers will learn how to work with different data structures in Redis, how to handle memory, replication, and the cache itself, and how to implement messaging, using just the shell or programming APIs in Ruby, Python, and JavaScript.

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Written by the Redis dream team—including its creator, key developers, and the community itself—this book provides the details you need to implement this advanced key-value data store quickly and discerningly. Database administrators, architects, and programmers will learn how to work with different data structures in Redis, how to handle memory, replication, and the cache itself, and how to implement messaging, using just the shell or programming APIs in Ruby, Python, and JavaScript.

Whether you’re new to Redis or have been using this data store for some time, Redis: The Definitive Guide will show you the best programming patterns and practices for building high-performance, high volume applications with Redis, one of the most popular of the tools put under the rubric of NoSQL. You’ll also get a collection of recipes to help you solve scores of common problems. Discover why Redis is one of the most popular solutions to deal with big data problems.

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