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How To Manage a Redis Database eBook

Published on July 17, 2020 · Updated on July 17, 2020
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By Mark Drake
Manager, Developer Education
How To Manage a Redis Database eBook

Introduction to the eBook

This book aims to provide an approachable introduction to Redis concepts by outlining many of the key-value store’s commands so readers can learn their patterns and syntax, thus building up readers’ understanding gradually. The goal for this book is to serve as an introduction to Redis for those interested in getting started with it, or key-value stores in general. For more experienced users, this book can function as a collection of helpful cheat sheets and in-depth reference.

This book is based on the How To Manage a Redis Database tutorial series found on DigitalOcean Community. The topics that it covers include how to:

  1. Connect to a Redis database

  2. Create and use a variety of Redis data types, including strings, sets, hashes, and lists

  3. Manage Redis clients and replicas

  4. Run transactions in Redis

  5. Troubleshoot issues in a Redis installation

Each chapter is self-contained and can be followed independently of the others. By reading through this book, you’ll become acquainted with many of Redis’s most widely used commands, which will help you as you begin to build applications that take advantage of its power and speed.

Download the eBook

You can download the eBook in either the EPUB or PDF format by following the links below.

If you’d like to learn more about how to use Redis, visit the DigitalOcean Community’s Redis section. Alternatively, if you want to learn about other open-source database management systems, like MySQL, PostgreSQL, MariaDB, or MongoDB, we encourage you to check out our full library of database-related content.

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About the authors
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Manager, Developer Education

Technical Writer @ DigitalOcean

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