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Redis in .NET

A two-part article — part 1 and part 2 — introducing Redis using .NET:

The basic idea of this series of articles is to introduce the concept of using redis as a database for actual movement of data between a collection of loosely coupled components. Since loosely coupled components most necessarily need high cohesion, I hope to direct you into using redis for that purpose. The reason I jumped into the redis bandwagon was the ease with which data can be moved around faster and in a highly free floating environment.

Original title and link: Redis in .NET (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)