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Redis 2.2: What is new

Pieter Noordhuis[1] has recently talked about the upcoming Redis 2.2.

Summarized, the upcoming Redis 2.2 is about:

  • memory efficiency
  • throughput improvements
  • improved EXPIRE semantics

☞ I read that related to Redis 2.0 memory usage, Salvatore was heard saying :

Redis 2.2 is a testament to how much Redis 2.0 sucked


  1. Pieter Noordhuis: Redis contributor, backed by VMWare, @pnoordhuis  ()

Original title and link: Redis 2.2: What is new (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)