Learn How Redis
Simplifies Your Architecture in 90 seconds
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We received a lot of good feedback on our post titled, “Learn How Redis Simplifies Your Architecture in 90 Seconds,” so we decided to do a follow-up about Redis as a cache versus Redis as both a cache and a primary database.
Everyone knows Redis began as a caching database, but it has since evolved to a primary database. Many applications built today use Redis as a primary database.
However, most Redis service providers support Redis as a cache, but not as a primary database. This means you need a separate database like DynamoDB in addition to using Redis. This adds complexity, compromises latency, and prevents you from realizing the full potential of Redis.
With Redis Enterprise, you can use Redis as both an in-memory cache and a primary database in a single system, thus eliminating the complexity and latency of two separate systems. Not only that, you can use it as a multi-model primary database, enabling you to build modern applications, as well as low-latency microservice-based architectures, all on top of Redis.
Instead of relying on separate databases and caches, utilize the native features of Redis Enterprise, such as:
Watch the video below to see what we mean:
Redis Enterprise was built by developers just like you to solve challenges that arise from complex architectures. We understand the pain and work with thousands of customers on a daily basis. We offer a free tier, but to truly experience the full scope of Redis Enterprise’s capabilities, you need a paid plan. And we want to make that easy. So we’re giving you up to 6 months free (code: MATRIX200) to use on any paid plan, so you can experience the power of the best Redis out there.