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Amazon Web Services support for Redis

Amazon decided to expand their ElastiCache service with support for Redis:

Today, we added two important choices for customers running high performance apps in the cloud: support for Redis in Amazon ElastiCache and a new high memory database instance (db.cr1.8xlarge) for Amazon RDS.

Some more details can be found in this blog post by Jeff Bar. I couldn’t find any references if this new AWS service offers features like those provided by GarantiaData: auto-scaling, auto-failover.

Original title and link: Amazon Web Services support for Redis (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.allthingsdistributed.com/2013/09/amazon-elasticache-redis.html