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Microsoft Azure Development Cookbook Second Edition by Neil Mackenzie, Roberto Freato

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Using Redis Cache in Azure

Redis is an open source, high-performance data store written in ANSI C. As its name stands for Remote Dictionary Server, it is a key-value data store with optional durability. Since its wide adoption in 2010, it became one of the most popular in-memory cache and also NoSQL data store. Today, there are Redis clients for almost every popular language used by developers around the world (an updated list is available at http://redis.io/clients), making it a good choice for heterogeneous systems as well.

Microsoft decided to add support for the Redis software through Azure, offering a fully managed Redis service of the same flavor as every other Azure building block. At the beginning of 2014, a new Azure Portal rose at https://portal.azure.com ...

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