Already with 6,800 paying customers despite having been founded only in 2011, Redis is clearly doing something right. Its inmemory, distributed architecture – that supports transactions as well as analytics on-premises or in the cloud – can ‘scale out’ across nodes in a cluster as customer needs grow. There may not be a vast number of modules available just yet that increase the platform’s capability still further, but Redis says those it does have, including for machine learning and connecting to Spark, are already proving popular.
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