Understanding how Redis eviction policies work

Redis is one of the most popular form of cache store for applications. Redis can also be used as a persistent data store with right kind of configuration. In this blog, we go over how these configurations play out in real world scenarios. We also discuss what can happen if such configurations are not carefully […]

Redis is one of the most popular form of cache store for applications. Redis can also be used as a persistent data store with right kind of configuration. In this blog, we go over how these configurations play out in real world scenarios. We also discuss what can happen if such configurations are not carefully considered when using Redis for our application.
To start with, let’s setup our environment for the experiment.
Source: Codemancers