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Redis Benchmarks

Back when I was writing the ☞ Quick Reference to Alternative data storages, I have searched the internet for benchmark results probably more deeply than Google does it. And I couldn’t find much.

Things seem to be changing lately and I start gather quite a few results (see NoSQL benchmark articles).

Redis Benchmarking on Amazon EC2, Flexiscale, and Slicehost

The author of the article has managed to run the Redis benchmarks on a set of different cloud hosting providers:

  • small-remote (Amazon EC2, 32b)
  • small (Amazon EC2, 32b)
  • slicehost-256 (Slicehost, 64b)
  • quadruple-extra-large (Amazon EC2, 64b)
  • large (Amazon EC2, 64b)
  • high-cpu-medium (Amazon EC2, 64b)
  • high-cpu-extra-large-32b-os (Amazon EC2, 32b)
  • high-cpu-extra-large (Amazon EC2, 64b)
  • flexiscale-2gb-4core (Flexiscale, 64b)
  • flexiscale-2gb-2core (Flexiscale, 64b)
  • extra-large (Amazon EC2, 64b)
  • double-extra-large (Amazon EC2, 64b)

You can read the results ☞ here (there is also a ☞ spreadsheet available)

Redis Benchmarks on FusionIO

It looks like the “MySQL Performance guys” are growing their passion for NoSQL systems. Now they have published the results of benchmarking Redis on FusionIO in 5 modes:

  • In-Memory (save 900000000 900000000)
  • Semi-Persistent Mode 1 (save 1 1)
  • Fully persistent (appendonly yes, appendfsync always)
  • Semi-Persistent Mode 2 (appendonly yes, appendfsync no)
  • Semi-Persistent Mode 3 (appendonly yes, appendfsync everysec)

You might find useful reading the ☞ RAID vs SSD vs FusionIO setup to better understand the environment.

Update: there is an update of these Redis benchmarks