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Redis : Le système de cache parfait

I love how this sounds in French:

Après 3 ans d’une histoire d’amour fidèle avec Memcached; le serveur de cache notamment utilisé par Facebook, Youtube ou Twitter; je suis au bord de la rupture après avoir rencontré redis.

The author, Julien Crouzet, mentions three key features of Redis:

  • non-volatile data
  • performance
  • support for data types

On these points:

But Redis’ support for data types (lists, sets, sorted sets, and hashes) is not up for debate.

Original title and link: Redis : Le système de cache parfait (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.juliencrouzet.fr/484/redis-le-systeme-de-cache-parfait/