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Usecase: Superfeedr uses Redis to replace MySQL+Memcached

We all love “war stories” and the one of Superfeedr using Redis to replace their MySQL + Memcached setup is really interesting. The features that made Redis fit better Superfeedr scenario were mostly additions to the Redis 1.2.0 release

And I’m pretty sure that Superfeedr will benefit of Redis Virtual Memory once it becomes available considering their deployment on 2GB slices at Slicehost.

via: http://blog.superfeedr.com/datastore/memcache/mysql/performance/redis/redis-at-superfeedr/