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Redis SCARD

The SCARD command, short for the Set Cardinality, returns the number of members in a set stored at a given key. It operates in O(1) time complexity.

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Redis Sentinel vs Cluster

Comprehensive guide on what are Redis sentinel and Redis cluster, their pros and cons, availability, data sharding, scalability, architecture, among others.

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How to Install and Secure Redis on Ubuntu 22.04

Redis is a shortcut for a remote dictionary server and an in-memory data structure store. Learn how to install Redis on Ubuntu 22.04 here.
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Redis DECR

Article guide on how to use the Redis DECR command to decrement the integer value by one that is stored at a given key and operate in constant time complexity.

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Redis EXPIRE Hash Key

Article guide on how to use the EXPIRE command to set an expiry on a given hash key and set a timeout value on the Redis hash by accepting optional arguments.

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Redis XTRIM

Redis XTRIM command is used to trim a stream based on a threshold value which can be the maximum length of the final stream.

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Redis GEODIST

This article discusses the GEODIST as one of the useful commands that operate on geospatial indexes to return the distance between specified members.

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Redis ZSCAN

Tutorial on how to use the ZSCAN command to retrieve the members and scores of a sorted set without blocking the client or server using MATCH and COUNT.

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Redis LSET

A guide on how to use the Redis LSET command to update or set an element at the specified index for a given list stored at a specified key.

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Redis ZINTERSTORE

Guide on the use of ZINTERSTORE command to compute the set intersection for specified multiple sets and stores the resulting intersection in a new sorted set.

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Redis ZCOUNT

Comprehensive tutorial on how to use the ZCOUNT command to count the number of members in a specified range of scores for a sorted set stored at a given key.

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Redis XREAD

Comprehensive guide about the Redis XREAD and how it consumes the data from multiple streams simultaneously and operate in both blocking and non-blocking ways.

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Redis XINFO

A step-by-step guide that shows how to utilize Redis Streams using the Redis XINFO command, which supports several subcommands users can use.

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Redis XDEL

A step-by-step guide on utilizing data streaming with Redis, Redis Stream entries and macro nodes, and the XDEL command with examples.

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Redis SETNX

The SETNX command creates a key-value pair if the specified key doesn’t exist in the data store. If the key is already available, the operation will do nothing.

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Redis RPOPLPUSH

The RPOPLPUSH is the widely used command to implement messaging systems with reliable queues where it removes an element from the tail of the source list.

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Redis ZREM

The ZREM command removes one or more elements from a Redis sorted set stored at a given key. It returns the number of removed elements as the return value.

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Redis BRPOP

Practical tutorial on the use of BRPOP command to remove the elements from the right side of the Redis list stored at a given key with the support of blocking.

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Redis PTTL

Redis is a key-value data store. When the Redis key exists and is associated with an expiration time, the PTTL command will return the remaining time.

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Redis Latency Graph

Redis latency monitoring framework identifies latency spikes related to real-time applications and generates an ASCII-styled latency graph with “LATENCY GRAPH”.

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