In this tutorial, we'll compare ScaleGrid for Redis ™ with Azure Cache for Redis performance and management features to help you choose the best managed solution for your Redis deployment.
Redis is an advanced key-value store. In fact, it is the number one key value store and eighth most popular database in the world. It has high throughput and runs from memory, but also has the ability to persist data on disk. Redis is a great caching solution for highly demanding applications, and there are many solutions available to help you deploy and manage Redis in the cloud. In this post, we are going to compare ScaleGrid for Redis™ vs. Azure Cache for Redis performance and management features to help you pick the best managed solution for your Redis deployment.
ScaleGrid is a DBaaS provider that provides fully managed hosting not only for Redis™, but also for MongoDB® database, MySQL, and PostgreSQL. The Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) plan hosts the database server in your own AWS, Azure or GCP account.
Azure provides a hosted service for Redis called Azure Cache for Redis.
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