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A robust data structure server that comes with various commands and options, a console interface and options to run it as a Windows service






Redis is a data structure server that implements a plethora of commands and operations you can perform, providing pipelining capabilities to execute instructions in batch. The server is compatible with multiple types of values, enclosing more complex data structures than a standard key-value store.

Redis is not officially supported on Windows, but this binary distribution aims to provide the same functionality as the POSIX edition. It deploys a set of console applications, also allowing you to launch it as a Windows service.

The package includes a collection of command line applications to run the server and manage client connections, run commands, check the server status, read dump files, and assess the server's performance with a benchmarking tool.

To execute all commands, Redis requires elevated privileges. Otherwise, the UAC prompt screen will be displayed to ask you for permission to create an administrative context for the server to run.

You can use it to append a value to a key, increase the value of a hash field, save the dataset to a local disk, perform bitwise operations, associate new hash slots to the receiving node, connect node clusters, obtain debugging information, and many more. The keys it stores include strings and sets alongside hashes and lists.

The server can connect to a variety of clients, supporting multiple programming languages, including C, C#, C++, Erlang, Java, Lua, Matlab, Node.js, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, Scala, Scheme, Tcl, VCL, and the list does not end here. You can browse the recommended clients on the official website.

Redis for Windows provides users with a full-featured equivalent specifically designed to work on Microsoft's operating system. Its list of commands is just as rich as the one of the Posix package, enabling users to perform a wide variety of operations.

Redis enables you to view incoming connections and monitor the server status with ease, also comprising a benchmarking utility to help you evaluate its processing speed.
Last updated on June 20th, 2015
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