...Violets are bluis
Enable that Foglight SQLServer cartridge...
...and maybe the Redis one toois!
The Foglight for Redis (v. 6.1.1) cartridge is now generally available (11/28/22).
In the coming weeks, I suspect the SE team will deliver some Foglight-centric blogs as it relates to Redis monitoring.
But first, I thought it might be a good idea to start with some basic Redis information.
(In other words, I googled it for you.)
- Redis stands for "Remote Dictionary Server"
- Redis is Open-Source
- Open-Source - The software is developed via a community, collaboratively. It is publicly accessible to modify, and/or distribute its code base.
- Redis is In-Memory
- In-Memory - Instead of on disk, data is stored on the primary memory resulting in faster read/write operations.
- Redis is NoSQL
- NoSQL ("not only SQL") stores data differently than relational tables. Flexible schemas provide easier scaling with large data sets/loads. Types include types key-value, wide-column, and graph.
- Redis can be considered Key-Value - Data is stored in a “key-value” format, optimized for reading and writing data.
- **Redis differentiates itself because it is a data structures server that allows for supporting different kinds of values.
- (Originally) Garantia Data (2011) > Redis Labs (2014)
- Salvatore Sanfilippo (Lead Developer), joined Redis Labs to lead open-source development
- Redis Labs > Redis (2021)
- Some companies using Redis:
- Popular websites leveraging Redis