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Redis Benchmarks Updated

The Redis benchmarks got updated to include results for SpeedyRails host. I should note that Redis includes its own benchmarking tool ☞ redis-benchmark.

The other day, after announcing the completion of the first phase of Redis Virtual Memory implementation, I was talking with Salvatore and he underlined the necessity of updating this tool:

The main problem I’ve now is: how to measure performances? Benchmarking with VM is *very* hard as what’s needed is to simulate different access patterns with biases, and the right amount of RAM and VM.

And I cannot stop wondering if there aren’t any volunteers to help with this between the smart MyNoSQL readers!

via: http://porteightyeight.com/2009/11/09/redis-benchmarking-on-amazon-ec2-flexiscale-and-slicehost/