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Radish: Redis Analysis and Monitoring Service

A hosted monitoring tool for Redis:

Radish works side-by-side with your existing Redis instances in your hosting environment. All you need to do is start a daemon which handles connecting to Redis and sending data out to Radish over HTTPS.

Using Radish, you’ll be able to:

  • analyze the amount of reads/writes
  • track information like “average commands per second, memory usage, changes since last save, and keyspace size.” (here.)
  • identify high-frequency commands and keys

Even if it looks like a very well polished product, the Hacker News community was prompt to point out that monitoring Redis using Munin or Cacti is cheaper.

Radish Redis Monitoring

Original title and link: Radish: Redis Analysis and Monitoring Service (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)