Redis Enterprise on Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory Offers Cost-Effective Scaling

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According to a recent press release, “Redis Labs, the home of Redis and provider of Redis Enterprise, today announced Redis Enterprise customers can now scale their datasets to multi-petabyte, cost-effectively, at sub-millisecond speeds with the general release of Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory. Redis Enterprise is a reliable, linearly scalable, high-performance, in-memory multi-model database supporting native data structures, probabilistic data-structure, streams, document, graph, time series, AI, and search; supports multi-cloud and hybrid deployments with active-active CRDT-based technology and powers high-speed transactions, recommendation engines, data ingest, session management, real-time analytics, caching, and numerous other instant experience use cases. Designed and optimized to be operated in either mode of Intel’s persistent memory technology – Memory Mode and App Direct Mode – Redis Enterprise gives customers the flexibility to use the most effective mode to process their massive data sets quickly and affordably.”

The release continues, “Redis Labs has collaborated closely with Intel throughout the development of Intel Optane DC persistent memory to deliver technology that would offer the high-performance for which Redis Enterprise is renowned. In benchmark testing conducted by the companies, Redis Enterprise has shown that a single cluster node with a multi-terabyte dataset can support over one million operations per second at sub-millisecond latency while serving over 80 percent of the requests from persistent memory. Additionally, as compared to a traditional DRAM-only memory configuration and pricing projections, Redis Enterprise on Intel Optane DC persistent memory offered more than 40 percent cost savings in this scenario.”


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