Claudio Caldato1 reports on the advance the Microsoft team is making towards releasing a stable, (very well) tested version of Redis for Windows:
In phase I of our stress testing, we put Redis on Windows through various tests with execution times ranging from 1 to 16 days, and configurations ranging from a simple single-master setup to more complex configurations such as the one shown below, with one master and four replicas.
The team also published the details of their stress tests here
Claudio Caldato is Principal Program Manager Lead in Microsoft Open Technologies team. ↩
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