It looks like it is one of these days related to NoSQL benchmarks, as Jak Sprats shared on the Redis group his concurrency benchmark. Even if the thread doesn’t give details about the hardware, size of keys and values, the results are impressive.
This blew my mind, there is minimal performance degradation starting at 4000 concurrent requests and at 26000 concurrent requests the performance is 87.6K/s .. unbelievably good
As far as I know Redis is serializing all ops, so this is even more impressive. The part I’d be interested to see included in this benchmark is Redis virtual memory.
Original title and link for this post: Redis: A Concurrency Benchmark (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)