Redis can be used in innumerable ways, however there are a number of patterns that are often employed to solve frequent problems. We’ve gathered a collection of common patterns that we deem best practices for solving these problems. This collection is not exhaustive nor does it represent the only ways to use Redis, but we hope it will serve as a first step when approaching a problem to be solved with Redis.
This best-practices guide is divided into multiple sections and sub-sections as necessary:
This guide is non-linear, so if you’re trying to find out more, you can start anywhere. Otherwise, you can use the navigation tree to find topics that are most relevant to you.
A note on the lack of source code: Wherever possible, these collections are presented in simple commands with logic/flow descriptions only. They intentionally lack any language-specific implementation details. This reflects the diversity of Redis users and prevents needless exposition regarding syntax or linguistic structures.
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