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redis weekly Issue #75
Jan 16 2015

Featured

Redis 3.0.0 RC2 is out

The last Redis 3.0.0 release candidate is out. The stable version is due in ~ three weeks at max, and is supposed to have only small or zero changes compared to this. Nothing should be broken at API level. Salvator was tempted to change a cluster bus structure that would break the protocol. In the end he just made structure alignment padding explicit, so Redis have room for future enhancements if needed, and the node-to-node bus protocol is still compatible with the older releases.

How to connect Redsmin to #Azure Redis Cache (with SSL)

A lot of azure developers asked how to do it, we wrote a step-by-step tutorial for it!

Reading

Rails Model Caching with Redis

Creating a distributed Redis system using Docker

Unit Testing Redis Lua Scripts

Real-time data analysis with Kubernetes, Redis, and BigQuery on Google Cloud Platform

How to perform real-time data analysis of Twitter data using a pipeline built on Google Compute Engine, Kubernetes, Redis and BigQuery.

Hubot With a Redis Brain on Docker

In-browser Redis

In-browser redis emscripten port.

Watching

How to build a node.js, socket.io, and redis site tutorial - Server Side

The video covers how to: serve static assets in Express 4.2, make a proxy request, use Socket.IO, use Redis, test Socket.IO and Redis.

Code and libraries

Zend Server Z-Ray extension for Redis

Zend Server Z-Ray extension for displaying Redis information, configuration, memory, cache writes and reads This is an extension to add functionality to the Zend Server Z-Ray. It will result in additional tab(s) to be presented in the browser.

Redis toolkit - A complete #redis clone implemented in pure JavaScript

Really impressive work by @muji. Extend Redis with custom commands, inspect application state at runtime and it even offers an HTTP interface to redis!

redis_structures - Data structures for Redis

Coded in Python, exposes the following data-structures : stack, queue, priority queue, circular buffer and deque.

walrus - Lightweight Python utilities for working with Redis

The purpose of walrus is to make working with Redis in Python a little easier by wrapping rich objects in Pythonic containers.

redis-asm - Fast fuzzy string search on Redis using Lua. UTF-8 ready.

Coded in Ruby. Fast ASM (Approximate String Matching) by calculating edit distance within the collections such as ZSET, HASH, LIST, SET on Redis using Lua script. Redis::Asm provides you to search multi-byte characters correctly, because it recognizes lead-byte of UTF-8 strings.


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