Amazon Web Services’ launch today of Amazon MemoryDB for Redis, a new fully managed database, answers customers’ calls for an easier way to build modern applications with microservices without compromising on extreme performance and durability, according to the cloud provider.
Now generally available, Amazon MemoryDB for Redis is a Redis-compatible, in-memory database designed to deliver ultra-fast performance with sub-millisecond latency.
The new offering could impact how Philadelphia’s Anexinet builds application services for its customers, according to David Lavin, an enterprise architect for the digital business solutions provider and AWS Advanced Consulting Partner. Often, the company will consider building services with a Redis cache that’s used to supplement its relational or NoSQL database or databases and increase service performance, he said.
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