27 3 / 2013

A news today was the post saying that Yahoo is using Redis as secondary index for serving its front-page. I think Redis is getting all the attention it deserves, and it’s time now for Redis to think in terms of binary protocol. Just like Memcached with its binary protocol Redis will have several advantages. As far as I know Redis community is working on it’s cluster support and introducing a Binary protocol won’t only reduce network traffic for Sentinel and upcoming cluster features; but it will also require less parsing time and performance optimizations (both in server and client libraries). We can either inspire our protocol from Memcached or something existing (msgpack). What do you think?


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    We actually found at Tumblr that the memcache binary protocol was less performant than the text protocol. I also know a...
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