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Redis Benchmark & Rackspace Performance VMs

This is quite interesting: using the benchmark of a NoSQL database (Redis), and not the one you already own and offer hosting for, to brag about the performance of your hosting servers:

I immediatley thought of using redis-benchmark to illustrate the difference between our (soon to be deprecated) standard flavors and our new performance flavors. Based on some reading on the redis-benchmark page, I decided to use the same critiera as the Redis Benchmarks page for evaluating bare-metal and virtual machines.

Original title and link: Redis Benchmark & Rackspace Performance VMs (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://developer.rackspace.com/blog/redis-benchmark-and-rackspace-performance-vms.html