Redis allows developers to write fewer lines to store, use, and access data in applications.
Redis has a unique feature, Latency Monitoring, that helps the user to check and troubleshoot possible latency problems.
Redis can handle a few hundred thousand requests per second, with response time in less than 1 ms.
Redis streams can be used for building history-preserving message brokers, message queues, unified logs, and chat systems.
Redis is ideal for both cache and session store use cases, delivering both the high-availability and durability.
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Redis,or redis cache, is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache, and message broker. Redis offers purpose-built in-memory data structures and operators to manage real-time geospatial data at scale and speed.
Among other things, Redis server offers purpose-built in-memory data structures and operators to manage real-time geospatial data at scale and speed. Commands such as GEOADD, GEODIST, GEORADIUS, and GEORADIUSBYMEMBER to store and process geospatial data in real-time make geospatial easy and fast with Redis.
As for data, you can store up to 512 megabytes in a Redis string using the Redis database. It can store any type of data, like text, integers, floats, videos, images, or audio files. Redis can handle up to 2^32 keys, and it was proved by tests that it handles at least 250 million keys per instance. So if you have 10GB of RAM then in fact you can store about 6-7GB.