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Published on July 16, 2017 by ProgrammingKnowledge

Redis is an open source, BSD licensed, advanced in-memory key-value store where keys can contain data structures such as strings,
hashes, lists, sets, and sorted sets. Redis Can be used as Database, a Caching layer or a Message broker.
Following in the footsteps of other NoSQL databases, such as Cassandra, CouchDB, and MongoDB, Redis allows the user to store vast amounts of data without the limits of a relational database.

History – In Early 2009 – Salvatore Sanfilippo, an Italian developer,
started the Redis project.At that time. He was working on a real-time web analytics solution and found that MySQL could not provide
the necessary performance. June 2009 – Redis was deployed
in production for the LLOOGG real-time web analytics website
March 2010 – VMWare hired Sanfilippo to work full-time on Redis (remains BSD licensed) Subsequently, VMWare hired Pieter Noordhuis, a major Redis contributor, to assist on the project.

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Augustine Francis
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Augustine Francis
5 days 19 hours ago

There was a mistake in the acronym of Redis. Remote Dictionary but said Remote Directory

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Vamsi Krishna
5 days 21 hours ago

Sir please make videos on Android apps new features

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Mrs Unknown
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Vamsi Krishna yeah

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