Articles in redis

Designing the UFC Moneyball

Using big data analysis on sports? Gigi Sayfan takes us through doing just that with Cassandra/Scylla, MySQL, and Redis. In this Compose's Write Stuff article, he shows us how he constructs his own Moneyball. Sports and big data analysis are a great…

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Building JavaScript Microservices with SenecaJS and Compose

Database-backed microservices are powerful and in this article we show how to use SenecaJS, NodeJS and Compose databases to create a virtual product catalog using them. Microservices are making a huge dent in the web development world, with companie…

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Redis and MongoDB in the biomedical domain

Varun Singh, a software engineer at IBM's Watson Health, looks at how to use MongoDB and Redis to manage biomedical data in this guest article. For bioinformatics software engineers, unstructured data is a fact of everyday life. From centralized repo…

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Compose Notes: New alerts for Redis

In early 2016, we introduced the ability to view the Redis slow log in the Compose console. For 2017, we thought we'd make it a little more noticeable. The Redis slow log records any commands which took longer than a particular time to execute. Redi…

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NewsBits - MySQL, Redis, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL, CentOS, CoreOS and more

NewsBits for the week ending December 16 - MySQL Group Replication is now GA, Redis 4.0 RCs, Modules and Loglog changes, GoRethink needs a new maintainer, Elasticsearch's Java REST, PostgreSQL indexes, CentOS Linux 7 lands, CoreOS changes name, Linux…

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Database updates and the new Compose API

There's database updates for Redis and the early availability of the new Compose API for developers wanting to automate their database deployment. It's all part of our constant process of making our services better for you and your data. Redis update…

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NewsBits - ArangoDB, Redis Cell, Fedora 25 and more

Compose's NewsBit's for the week ending November 25th - a quiet week with Thanksgiving in the US but it still saw ArangoDB getting funded, Redis getting a rusty module, Fedora 25 landing in Wayland, a question on the ethics of code, curl getting a se…

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Redis PubSub, Node, and Socket.io

Sockets are the high power pipeline of the realtime web and in this article we'll show how a minimal amount of code can bring database data to life in a web browser. With the rise of bots and the chat based tools such as Slack and Messenger, users to…

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Improved Performance for Redis Cache Mode on Compose

tl;dr - We've boosted the reliability of Cache Mode on Compose by disabling backups and persistence by default on all Redis deployments using that mode. But if you need them enabled, all you need to do is turn it on. We made some changes recently to…

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A tour of the Redis stars

On the Redis site is a page that lists Redis clients for various languages. It's very extensive, covering clients that work with languages as diverse as emacs lisp, GNU Prolog, Haskell and C#. Throughout the list, some clients have a star next to the…

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