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Storing Time Series in Redis

This Quora thread suggesting different ways of storing time series in Redis would have been much better in the Redis group so core Redis users could answer it and for future reference for new users.

Quick summary:

  • sets using unique precision timestamps as the score
  • time partitioned lists or sets
  • sorted sets (with timestamp included in the value for allowing duplicates)

Original title and link: Storing Time Series in Redis (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)