RedisGears is a dynamic framework that enables developers to write and execute functions that implement data flows in Redis, while abstracting away the data’s distribution and deployment. These capabilities enable efficient data processing using multiple models in Redis with infinite programmability, while remaining simple to use in any environment.
Program everything you want in Redis
With a built-in C-API and Python interpreter, RedisGears lets you use fully fledged Python scripts and libraries to process data inside Redis.
Deploy functions to every environment
Write your functions against a standalone Redis database and deploy them to production clusters—with no changes required.
Run your serverless engine where your data lives
RedisGears lets you process events and streams faster by running in memory next to your data in Redis.
Simplify your architecture and reduce deployment costs
RedisGears enables multi-model data processing without the complexity of multiple clients and database connectors.
GoMechanic needed a fast data layer to search across 10 million spare parts and power our customer service chats. RediSearch on Google Cloud was not only four times faster than our existing database but also extremely robust, easy to scale, and inexpensive.
Vice President of Engineering, GoMechanic
Use Redis as your frontend database to improve application performance, while guaranteeing that all changes are written to your backend databases.
Real-time data processing
With RedisGears, accessing and processing data using multiple data structures and data models happens at the speed of memory.
Streaming and event processing
Write functions that react to events in Redis, such as new messages in a stream, or write operations in a key.
Operations across multiple data structures and models
Combine data in different Redis data structures and modules, transform them, and write them into others using RedisGears.
Use functions to create tensors from data
in Redis, combine them with application requests, and serve them to AI models for
RedisGears minimizes the execution time and the data flow between shards by running your functions as close as possible to your data. On top of these three core components, RedisGears also includes a fast, low-level C-API that integrates via Python for programmability.
Use RedisInsight with RedisGears to:
• List and inspect registered functions
• Check function executions and
• Register new functions and check
currently running code
As benefits, you get faster turnarounds when building your RedisGears scripts.
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