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Redis Cookbook

Notes on the book Redis Cookbook, By Tiago Macedo and Fred Oliveira, pubished by O’Reilly

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Highlists from the Table of Contents

  1. An Introduction to Redis
  • When to use Redis
  • Installing Redis
  • Using Redis Data Types
  1. Clients
  • Using Redis from the Command Line
  • Using Redis from Python with redis-py
  • Using Redis from Ruby with redis-rb
  • Using Redis with Ruby on Rails
  1. Leveraging Redis
  • Using Redis as a Key/Value Store (application usage counters, object data in hashes)
  • Inspecting Your Data
  • Implementing OAuth on Top of Redis
  • Using Redis’s Pub/Sub Functionality to Create a Chat System
  • Implementing an Inverted-Index Text Search with Redis
  • Analytics and Time-Based Data
  • Implementing a Job Queue with Redis
  • Extending Redis
  1. Redis Administration and Maintenance
  • Configuring Persistence (Snapshotting, AOF)
  • Starting a Redis Slave
  • Handling a Dataset Larger Than Memory
  • Upgrading Redis
  • Backing up Redis
  • Sharding Redis

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