Try Redis, Get a Limited Edition T-Shirt


This promotion ended May 31, 2016

We love Redis. It's a great in-memory database which lets you keep an entire dataset available for blazingly fast access. Or it can be your super-quick cache for your applications to call on. Or it can start aggregating your data for faster analysis later with HyperHyperLogs. Redis is a superbly versatile tool to have in your application stack; it's part of our production stack and we think it should be part of yours. There's never been a better time to give Redis a try on Compose

If you’re already running another database on Compose, spin up a Redis instance, get your data into it and see just how quickly your data can be accessed. It works in tandem with your other current database to give you super fast access to your data - think of it as the high speed glue for your applications. To see how it works, check out this article on Redis and the power of incremency. If you haven't tried Redis yet, easily spin up a MongoDB and Redis deployment to give it a try. And, as an added bonus and for a short time, we’re giving everyone who tries Redis a limited edition Compose Redis shirt.

Get started.

If you’re already up and running with Compose, just login, click deployments and spin up a new Redis instance.

If you haven’t tried Compose, today’s a good day to get started. Head over and sign up and you can try out Redis, as well as all of our other offerings, free for 30 days.

Cool, but how do I get my shirt?

Easy, when you sign up, we’ll send you an email with a link to a form. Fill out the form with all of your info we need to send you your shirt (name, address, phone number, etc), play with your new database while you wait, check your mailbox in a few days and bam, you’ve got a shirt. Pretty simple.

While you’re at it, if you’d like to write about your journey with Redis, you can submit an idea to our Write Stuff program and get paid cash and Compose credit.

Thom Crowe
Thom Crowe was a marketing and community guy at Compose, who enjoys long walks on the beach, reading, spending time with his wife and daughter and tinkering. Love this article? Head over to Thom Crowe’s author page to keep reading.

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