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Spring Data by Petri Kainulainen

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Configuring the Redis connection

Spring Data Redis supports four different connectors that can be used to interact with a Redis server. These connectors are described in the following table:

Connector

Description

Jedis

Jedis is a Redis connector that is fully compatible with Redis 2.0.0 commands. The project is hosted at GitHub, and more information about this found at https://github.com/xetorthio/jedis.

JRedis

JRedis is a Redis connector that does not yet have official support for Redis 2.x. However, it is possible to use a forked version of this library that adds support for Redis 2.x. The forked version of the JRedis library is hosted at GitHub, and its homepage is found at https://github.com/anthonylauzon/jredis.

RJC

RJC is a Redis ...

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