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Today Salvatore Sanfilippo (a.k.a. antirez) announced that he’s stepping back from being the maintainer of the Redis project. We are honored and humbled that he requested us to succeed him as Redis project leads. With this change, we are excited to offer a new “community-driven” governing structure. Let’s look inside this new approach and see… Read more »

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The results are in! For the Redis Beyond Cache Hackathon, we challenged participants to build applications that use Redis modules like RedisGears, RedisAI, RediSearch, RedisGraph, RedisTimeSeries, RedisJSON and RedisBloom, as well as Redis event-driven capabilities like Redis Streams, Redis for Task Queues, and Pub/Sub. After more than 320 participants submitted 48 entries in our first… Read more »

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With the latest release of Redis Enterprise 6.0.6, our Kubernetes operator includes a new database controller that provides the ability to create databases via custom resources. This mechanism enables database configurations to be packaged in a familiar YAML format alongside other application workloads. This also enables continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) processes like GitOps for code-driven… Read more »

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Kineviz is a software developer and consultancy focused on visual analytics. Its GraphXR platform provides a unified visual environment for analysts, business users, and investigators to work with big, connected, and high-dimensional data. GraphXR supports a wide range of applications including law enforcement, medical research, and business intelligence, accelerating time to insight and enabling needle-in-haystack… Read more »

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À l’heure où les commerçants luttent pour répondre aux exigences toujours croissantes de leurs clients, dans un monde omnicanal, l’inventaire en temps réel de Redis est devenu incontournable pour que les clients ne ressentent plus la différence entre commerce concret et numérique. Mettre en œuvre une solution d’inventaire en temps réel n’est pas aussi complexe… Read more »

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RedisRaft (under development) is a new module for open source Redis that makes it possible to operate a number of Redis servers as a single fault-tolerant, strongly consistent cluster. As its name suggests, it is based on the Raft consensus algorithm and an open-source C library that implements it. RedisRaft brings a new strong-consistency with strict… Read more »

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