To call it a key-value store would be an understatement. To call it a database would be an overstatement. To call it NoSQL would be cause for defenestration. Redis, quite simply, stands on its own as a remarkable way to store data structures: strings, lists, sets, sorted sets, and hashes.
This talk will articulate the significance and elegance of its design and explore some conventional and rather unconventional ways that you can use Redis in your own applications. If you’re new to Redis, prepare to fall in love, and even if you’re already quite enamored, you’ll definitely enjoy the section about best practices and advanced usage.