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Bob Smith profile photo
May 31, 2019

DynamoDB is a great No-SQL solution

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DynamoDB is being used in multiple ways to store vast amounts of semi-structured data which need to be quickly accessible by specific parties. It allows us to easily add new fields/values and access them in an easy manner as projects require. The biggest benefit we see is the ability to add addit...

    Manjeet Kumar profile photo
    May 21, 2019

    Redis : Effective cache management solution

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    Well suited scenarios: Cache management, real-time analysis of events, and leaderboards/counting. Less appropriate scenarios: Persistence and clustering.

      Adam Stern profile photo
      March 13, 2019

      Redis is fast, great at set-operations, and easy to implement.

      Score 9 out of 10
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      We are currently using Redis to store sets of object-based information and lists. We query an external system and generate lists in Redis based on the query responses. Because Redis is great at set operations this speeds up the time it takes to make set-based calculations. This Redis cluster supp...

        Chris Moyer profile photo
        February 23, 2019

        DynamoDB is *the* Non-Relational database for the Serverless age

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        We've been using Amazon DynamoDB since it was released in 2012. Previously, we used Amazon SimpleDB, which was much slower and slightly more difficult to work with than DynamoDB. DynamoDB is our "Source of Truth" for all data stored within my company, and is used to store all of our administrativ...

          Gunasekar Duraisamy profile photo
          June 17, 2019

          Redis and its CSAT

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          It is well is suited as an in-memory key value store for applications which require very little response time. The data can be stored and retrieved from Redis in minimal time when compared to traditional databases. It is not suitable when the data cannot be stored in memory completely.

            Victor Pease Solano profile photo
            February 21, 2019

            Best for mobile

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            Cloudant is the best way to use CouchDB, because Cloudant adds the authorization layer required for a real live app, and also the infinite capacity with the flexibility to grow from $0 to whatever is required according to the amount of users you need to support.

              Alex Muniu profile photo
              May 25, 2019

              Couchbase Review

              Score 10 out of 10
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              It is useful for providing analytics on its intuitive server dashboard on the performance of the system and the N1QL query language, and the flexibility of JSON schema is great for supporting our ever-changing business needs.

                Kiran Narasareddy profile photo
                May 08, 2019

                Redis: the best cache store you can get!

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                Redis is being used by our product engineering team. We use it for caching and as a store for our background processing engine.

                  Shiv Shivakumar profile photo
                  April 22, 2019

                  Good performance along with great vendor support

                  Score 8 out of 10
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                  It can be used as a NoSQL database and a system of engagement, especially when the reliability of performance/scalability and security are paramount. It is a nimble database when compared to some of its competitors and is highly available. In addition, horizontal growth is also easily achievable ...

                    Bagaskara Wisnu Gunawan profile photo
                    April 18, 2019

                    Performant In-Memory Database

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                    It simply has a lot of use cases, but, for our case, we always use Redis for our Laravel queue driver and also for our application's cache driver because it runs so fast and we just couldn't ignore that. We use Redis for dispatch Jobs, storing the cache, working on queues, etc.

                      prakash ps profile photo
                      April 17, 2019

                      Redis on high scalability world

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                      Redis is particularly suited when you want to mesh millions of data and get a unique statistics or a child dataset out of it. Then Redis is the only viable product with the highest number of read and write per second. It increases my speed drastically so that I am able to put 10k records per seco...

                        Gilad Teller profile photo
                        April 11, 2019

                        Why I like Couchhbase

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                        It is being used for all layers of our website, and by several other support systems, again mainly as a fast caching system across multiple servers in a cluster.