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10 Videos (1h 58m)
    • Redis1 introduction

      4:24
    • Install Redis on Windows

      14:46
    • Redis3 install redis on linux f

      12:43
    • Redis5 get and set values f

      8:36
    • Redis6 some to string commands

      12:34
    • Redis7 hashes f

      14:28
    • Redis8 lists f

      16:50
    • Redis9 sets f

      13:08
    • Redis10 soorted sets f

      12:34
    • Redis11 Publish Subscribe f

      7:40

About This Class

Redis is an open source, BSD licensed, advanced in-memory key-value store where keys can contain data structures such as strings,
hashes, lists, sets, and sorted sets. Redis Can be used as Database, a Caching layer or a Message broker.
Following in the footsteps of other NoSQL databases, such as Cassandra, CouchDB, and MongoDB, Redis allows the user to store vast amounts of data without the limits of a relational database.

In Early 2009 - Salvatore Sanfilippo, an Italian developer, started the Redis project.At that time. He was working on a real-time web analytics solution and found that MySQL could not provide the necessary performance. June 2009 - Redis was deployed in production for the LLOOGG real-time web analytics website . March 2010 - VMWare hired Sanfilippo to work full-time on Redis (remains BSD licensed) Subsequently, VMWare hired Pieter Noordhuis, a major Redis contributor, to assist on the project.


Redis Tutorial for Beginners - Learn Redis in simple and easy steps starting from basic to advanced concepts with examples including Overview, Environment, Configuration, Data types, Commands like Keys, Strings, Hashes, Lists, Sets, Sorted Sets, HyperLogLog, Pub/Sub, Transactions, Scripting, Connection, Server, Backup, Security, Benchmarks, Client Connection, Pipelining, and Partitioning.

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