Redis is an open-source key-value data store known for its flexibility, performance, and wide language support. An in-memory database, Redis is also known for its speed and has found wide use as a cache and message broker, as well as a database.
A NoSQL database, Redis doesn’t use structured query language, otherwise known as SQL. Redis instead comes with its own set of commands for managing and accessing data.
To learn more about Redis, please visit:
- How to Install and Secure Redis
- How To Manage a Redis Database
- A Comparison of NoSQL Database Management Systems and Models
A complete list of our educational resources on Redis can be found on our Redis tag page.
sudo apt update
sudo apt install redis-server
sudo nano /etc/redis/redis.conf
sudo systemctl restart redis.service
sudo systemctl status redis
Installing PHP Redis
apt install unzip
sudo apt install php-dev
sudo make install
sudo echo "extension=redis.so" > /etc/php/7.x/apache2/conf.d/redis.inicreate a redis.ini
sudo service redis-server restart
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