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Redis at Smories

Smories is a Django app. Although the little server it runs on handles the spiky traffic fine I’ve been fiddling with Redis to prepare the site for when it eventually overtakes Facebook. I love Redis. It feels like a natural, ultra-performant extension to Python’s easy way of handling data types.

Redis usage at ☞ Smories:

  • query cache: making using of the Redis data structures
  • rate limiting: based on key expiration
  • activity tracking: real-time tracker using Redis capped lists

Adding it to Powered by Redis.

Original title and link: Redis at Smories (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://tomdyson.org/post/1465680128/smories-with-redis