Author: Redis Labs
Securing Redis Enterprise from Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities
With the recent security vulnerabilities discovered -- Meltdown (CVE-2017-5754) and Spectre (CVE-2017-5753 and CVE-2017-5715) -- Redis Labs' engineering, devops and support...Read More
Top 5 Must Attend Sessions for High Availability and Scalability at AWS re:Invent 2013
Re:Invent is just around the corner. One of the major advantages of attending the show (and ultimately a return on...Read More
Great Just Got Even Better: More Free Space, New Plans at a Lower Price
We’re already having a whirlwind November as we gear up for AWS re:Invent next week, and we don’t intend to...Read More
Join Redis Cloud at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas!
Redis Cloud Team is heading to Las Vegas as a Bronze Sponsor of AWS re:Invent this November 12-15th! Here at...Read More
Why Redis is a Great Tool for New Applications and Startups
This article was originally published at Citizen Tekk on October 7th, 2013 It can also be found here. While it...Read More
Scaling Out Redis: Read-Only Slaves or Cluster?
Thankfully, no humans are enslaved by Redis. Instead, it uses asynchronous replication “for scalability ... or simply for data redundancy.”...Read More
An Invitation to an Open (Re)Discourse
Arguably, one of the strongest benefits of the open source movement is that the community can get actively involved in...Read More
AWS: ElastiCache – Now With a Dash of Redis <<-- O RLY?
Dash1 (noun) (11): “a small quantity of anything thrown into or mixed with something else: a dash of salt.” Dictionary.com...Read More
Reflections from Sitting on a Branch of a Falling Tree in the Amazon Forest or Post-Mortem: The AWS Outage From a Service Provider View
You’ve probably already heard about AWS’s outage last Sunday around noon PDT. The thud of that “minor” network-cum-storage issue in...Read More
Let’s Play Master and Servant: Real Time Synchronization Tool for Redis Migration
Timing is everything… Especially when orchestrating the migration of a sharded Redis backend with a strict requirement for minimal application...Read More