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What's New in Redis 2.4

In short:

  1. a bunch of optimizations for both size and speed
  2. improved RDB persistence
  3. deprecated VM
  4. no Redis cluster
  5. no scripting

For the much longer form, read Salvatore’s post.

Original title and link: What’s New in Redis 2.4 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://antirez.com/post/everything-about-redis-24.html