Using the command line to check redis health

2018-06-19T09:06:57+00:00

In the forth entry of our series on redis we'll have a look at its CLI tools and how we can check that redis is working as expected.

In the forth entry of our series on redis we’ll have a look at its CLI tools. The central question for today: How can we check that redis is working as expected

Using the command line to check redis health 2018-06-19T09:06:57+00:00

Drastic Elastic [Part 2]: The aggregation framework

2018-02-28T10:51:55+00:00

Following from my earlier article on elasticsearch-as-a-database, we will now take a look at the aggregation framework.

Following from my earlier article on elasticsearch-as-a-database, we will now take a look at the aggregation framework.

Drastic Elastic [Part 2]: The aggregation framework 2018-02-28T10:51:55+00:00

Drastic Elastic [Part 1]: ElasticSearch as a Database

2018-02-28T10:50:59+00:00

Idea of using a search engine as a database, mainly due to cost and usability considerations. In this article I want to share my experience.

In an article for Java Magazin way back in 2012 (only a small section of it seems to have survived online(!), although it is still available from the inovex website a

Drastic Elastic [Part 1]: ElasticSearch as a Database 2018-02-28T10:50:59+00:00

Redis: More than caching

2018-05-25T13:52:58+00:00

Redis is both: a fast key-value in-memory DB on the one hand and data persistence, high availability, replication on the other hand. This is a primer.

When talking about caching and shared caching most of us would think about memcached. Memcached is lightweight, easy to configure and has a very good performance. But

Redis: More than caching 2018-05-25T13:52:58+00:00