Redis

Redis is an open-source data-store solution designed for deployments in high performance environments and for applications where performance and flexibility are more critical than data persistence and absolute data integrity.

Designed as a key-value store or a ‘data structures storage system,’ Redis may be considered a participant in the ‘NoSQL’ movement, like MongoDB and CouchDB. The guides in this section provide both instructions for deploying the Redis server and overviews of best practices for maintaining Redis instances.

How to Install a Redis Server on Ubuntu or Debian 8

Deploy Redis on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, or Debian 8. This Tutorial Guides You Through Installation and Best Practices of Redis, an Open-Source, In-Line Memory Data-Structure Store.

Install and Configure Redis on CentOS 7

A step-by-step guide to install and configure a Redis server and set up distributed data stores using master/slave replication on CentOS 7.

Redis on Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin)

Deploy applications that depend on the high performance key-value store Redis.

Redis on Debian 6 (Squeeze)

Deploy applications that depend on the high performance key-value store Redis.

Redis on Fedora 14

Deploy applications that depend on the high performance key-value store Redis.

Redis on Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick)

Deploy applications that depend on the high performance key-value store Redis.

Redis on CentOS 5

Deploy applications that depend on the high performance key-value store Redis.

Redis on Fedora 13

Deploy applications that depend on the high performance key-value store Redis.

Redis on Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic)

Deploy applications that depend on the high performance key-value store Redis.

Redis on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid)

Deploy applications that depend on the high performance key-value store Redis.

Redis on Debian 5 (Lenny)

Deploy applications that depend on the high performance key-value store Redis.