These days Redis sparkle in my eyes, for lots of reason but the basic and most important reason is that it is deaam fast. Now we all know this can bring up an never ending debate but I am not going to be part of it because its fast and here I am not referencing it with comparison to other data-stores available. Redis is an open source, advance key-value store. This key thingy can be strings, hashes, lists, sets and / or sorted sets. Quite a list :) Note: This post was tested and written for Redis Version 2.8.3. This may or may not work for other or latest version of Redis Server. I was impressed when I queried who is using Redis and the long list of clients libraries for most of the language available to work with Redis as your Key-Value store. It is made to run on » Read more