Books
Arun Chinnachamy

Redis Applied Design Patterns

With new data stores making their way onto the market, it's necessary for businesses to understand the features and techniques to use data stores most effectively. Redis Applied Design Patterns is designed to guide you into the world of Redis and will help you understand how business problems can be solved using Redis in your application stack.
This book introduces you to the NoSQL way of thinking and how it is different from SQL. It helps you understand various functionality of Redis through a series of use cases designed for you to learn the more complex and less well-known features of Redis in an incremental way. By the time you've read this book, you will be capable of designing a system using Redis. This book will guide you through various use cases along with code samples, easy-to-understand diagrams, and tips to help you take advantage of Redis. The book explains the benefits of adding Redis to the application stack and discusses various practical use cases for Redis such as the caching system, commenting system, and social networking.
101 printed pages
Publication year
2014
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    firealkazarhas quoted6 years ago
    You can read how Pinterest uses Redis to maintain its social graph at http://engineering.pinterest.com/post/55272557617/building-a-follower-model-from-scratch.
    firealkazarhas quoted6 years ago
    The philosophy behind lack of rollback is that in Redis, a command can fail only due to syntax errors or programming errors, such as unsupported operations on different data types. So, it does not make sense to support rollback for programming errors, which will anyway become a bug in the application

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