Learn Redis Step-By-Step

The Ultimate In-Memory Key-Value Storage System

In this course we’re going to take a look at Redis. Redis isn’t exactly a database: it’s not relational or document-oriented. Instead, it’s a key-value store—every “record” is just label and a piece of data. That might sound boring, but I think you’ll find that Redis has a lot to offer.

Key-Value store is a storage system where data is stored in form of key and value pairs. When we say in-memory key-value store, by that we mean that the key-value pairs are stored in primary memory(RAM). So we can say that Redis stored data in RAM in form of key-value pairs.

Redis is used by many large websites to inplement caching on their backend.

Your Instructor

Narayan Prusty
Narayan Prusty

Narayan Prusty has years of software development experience. He has been a programmer, blogger and a entrepreneur. He is the Founder and CEO of QScutter and QNimate. He loves to teach and learn.

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