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Redis Performance on EC2

Michał Frąckowiak:

Anyway, initially I wanted to deploy the project at Amazon EC2 - because of hyped scalability, price etc. But here comes a surprise — the performance simply sucks

Based also on the results of running MongoDB on Amazon EC2, I’d actually say this is the real surprise (Riak’s benchmarks in Joyent’s cloud)

Update: after writing it I’ve noticed that the original post is a bit old, but that doesn’t necessarily make it irrelevant though.

Original title and link: Redis Performance on EC2 (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://michalf.me/blog:redis-performance