Redis and its CSAT
Updated June 17, 2019

Redis and its CSAT

Gunasekar Duraisamy | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Redis

We have used Redis in an in-memory key-value store.

Pros

  • Binary key-value store support
  • Simple data structures
  • Very well documented

Cons

  • Nested use of data structures
  • GUI tool in better shape
  • More courses on Redis
  • The productivity increased
  • Needs more security aspects
  • Performance has improved tremendously
  • Price
  • Product Features
  • Product Reputation
  • Third-party Reviews
We want to compare Redis with Ignite.
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.

Redis Software Feature Ratings

Performance
8
Availability
7
Concurrency
8
Security
7
Scalability
8
Data model flexibility
5
Deployment model flexibility
8

Using Redis

1 - We have not started using redis. I am planning to introduce redis in my organization. It will very helpful if redis provides any demo videos. My company is known for its standard in the payment industry. We make Point of Sale machines of high quality and also commerce applications
I think one must have a strong understanding of redis basic data structure and its functions. Also, people should keep updating their skills based on the newer versions of redis. This help redis increase in more range and also increase productivity in the company. This is a win-win situation for both the parties
  • in-memory cache, where we store our data
  • it can be very helpful in key management
  • also storing the batch data

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