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Redis Failover at Spreecast Based on Apache ZooKeeper

Until Redis Sentil becomes generally available, Spreecast’s Ruby library using Apache ZooKeeper might be the solution for high availability Redis clusters:

We decided to address these concerns by creating the redis_failover gem, which was recently released as open-source for Ruby environments employing Redis. The redis_failover gem aims to be a drop-in replacement for the existing Ruby client for Redis. redis_failover is equipped with the capability to recognize and handle an automatic (or manual) failover gracefully. The client knows to automatically direct write operations to the current master and read operations to one of N slaves. redis_failover is built on top of ZooKeeper, a proven distributed configuration and notification system that handles pushing changes to nodes across the network. We decided to use ZooKeeper since it automatically handles network partitions, quorum management, client discovery, and other difficult distributed computing problems.

redis_failover architecture

Original title and link: Redis Failover at Spreecast Based on Apache ZooKeeper (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://engineering.spreecast.com/spreecast-redis-failover/