This article is an exploration of as-yet-unreleased Redis Streams which unlock some powerful use cases. We’ll leverage Streams to build an end to end example of real-time chat rooms (think Hipchat, Slack or IRC). On Github Check it out on github: https://github.com/aprice-/redisstreamchat Redis Streams Redis Streams are a new data structure being developed for Redis that is all about time series data. They are similar to Redis Lists but with two major differences:
Redis 4.0 hit its first “general availability” release recently and with it a long awaited Redis Cluster feature for Docker users: NAT/port-forwarding support. It’s finally possible to run Redis Cluster using Docker’s ephemeral ports. Now you can run Redis Clusters on Docker without needing to use host-mode networking or statically assigned ports. tl;dr Redis Cluster 4.0 brings Docker network encapsulation support allowing for more dynamic deployments. $ git clone https://github.
We’re proud to announce the release of the Reddie beta! Throughout the beta period, all Reddie account holders will receive Pro edition for no charge. Please use the time to get acquainted with Reddie and let us know how you like it! What is Reddie? Reddie is a Redis Cluster management app. It gives you full control over your Redis clusters. Visualize the state of your clusters, reconfigure them instantly with no downtime, or scale out to handle increasing demand.