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“Redis database support added to our web hosting platform. It's an in-memory key-value store that could give your app a performance boost.”
“Redis database support has been enabled on our web hosting platform. Databases lie at the heart of web development. For this reason, they need to evolve in order to meet the needs of any website or application. In recent years, multi-purpose solutions, such as Redis, have emerged to offer a brand new, complex perspective on database management. By combining in-memory design with optimized data structures and various modules, Redis gives site owners much more flexibility when it comes to managing their content. The key advantages of the Redis database storage system. Redis represents a real innovation in the world of structured storage systems. Here are a few innovative characteristics that have helped it outjump all other popular key-value stores: - Simplified app development. Redis allows data to be processed at the database level rather than at the application level. Its unique architecture allows for faster execution times and increased CPU, I/O and network utilization levels. In contrast to other key-value stores, Redis allows applications to carry out complex tasks such as computing set intersections or range analyses using simple commands. - Boosted app performance. Based on the C language, Redis is optimized for execution with O (1) complexity. In contrast to standard storage systems, which write every change to disk, Redis normally holds the whole dataset in memory. - Fit for various data processing scenarios. Thanks to the available add-ons and extensions, Redis can serve multiple data processing purposes – from querying secondary indexes to serving machine learning models. - Data persistence. Redis usually keeps the entire dataset in memory. For persistence to be achieved, the dataset needs to be transferred from memory to disk from time to time. Since Redis writes data to a file system at 2-second intervals, only a few seconds of data will be forfeited in the event of a complete system failure. - Replication. Redis relies on master-slave replication in order to ensure maximum read scalability and data redundancy. Master-slave replication enables data from a master Redis server to be copied to any number of slave Redis servers, which in turn can become ‘masters’ to other ‘slaves’. Data structure types. In contrast to other structured storage systems, Redis supports abstract data types. Here is a list of the abstract data types supported by Redis: - Lists of strings; - Sets of strings (collections of non-repeating unsorted elements); - Sorted sets of strings (collections of non-repeating elements ordered by a floating-point number called score); - Hash tables where keys and values are strings; - HyperLogLogs, which are used for approximated set cardinality size estimation; - Geospatial data; How to make use of Redis on our web hosting platform? You can find Redis in the Advanced section of the Web Hosting Control Panel. To enable Redis for a given project, you will need to create an instance first. In the Redis section, click on the ‘Create a new instance’ button in the top-right corner and then hit the ‘Add’ button in the popup window that comes up.”
Thursday, September 21, 2017 2:16am EDT
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