Redis Worlds Fastest Database Beginners to Advance

Learn Real world Production Scenarios
Redis Worlds Fastest Database Beginners to Advance
File Size :
3.36 GB
Total length :
5h 58m



Vikas Kumar Jha


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Redis Worlds Fastest Database Beginners to Advance

What you’ll learn

Deep dive into Redis Database
Installing Redis on online/offline mode
Redis Performance Benchmarking
Redis persistence configuration – Backup and Restore using RDB and AOF
Writing Python Program to Interact with Redis
Writing Different Datasets to Redis – Redis Datatypes
Understanding TTL (Time to Live) or Key Expiry in Redis
Creating and using counters
Deep Dive in String, Lists and Hashes type operation
Creating a subset from a bigger set Redis
Setting up Redis Replication (Master + Slave) – Development or Demo Scenario
Redis Replication Production Setup using Dedicated Master and Slave Servers. Performing a Failover when Master Server is down from non-recoverable issue. Setting up new master on the fly and pointing slave to this new master server.
Redis High Availability in Production with Sentinels on Three Servers (Automatic Failover)
Redis Clustering, Pros and Cons

Redis Worlds Fastest Database Beginners to Advance


This course does not require any prior experience.
However, Some prior experience of working with Linux and Key Value DB can help in understanding course faster.


This course is creating from step zero and then gradually moves onto advance topics. So this is suitable for Beginners to Advance Level.This course contains hands-on production like scenarios for setting up High Availability.Redis is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker. It supports data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps, hyperloglogs, geospatial indexes with radius queries and streams. Redis has built-in replication and different levels of on-disk persistence, and provides high availability via Redis Sentinel and automatic partitioning with Redis Cluster.


Section 1: Redis Introduction

Lecture 1 Redis Overview

Lecture 2 Installing Redis on Linux Using Package Manager

Lecture 3 Stopping Redis and Uninstalling Redis

Lecture 4 Installing Redis on Linux using Offline Mode

Lecture 5 Updating Redis Path in Bash Profile

Lecture 6 Changing Default Port of Redis

Lecture 7 Installing Redis on Windows

Lecture 8 Try Redis Online – No Installation required

Lecture 9 Redis Performance Benchmarking

Section 2: Redis Data Types – Deep Dive

Lecture 10 Redis Data Types – Deep Dive

Lecture 11 Redis Data Type – Sets

Lecture 12 Checking Commands HIstory

Lecture 13 Redis Transactions EXEC MULTI DISCARD WATCH Commands

Section 3: Redis Mass Insertion

Lecture 14 Redis Mass Insertion – Fastest Data Insertion Approach

Section 4: Redis Persistence (Backup and Restore)

Lecture 15 Redis Persistence Overview ( RDB and AOF )

Lecture 16 Redis RDB Backup and Restore

Lecture 17 Redis AOF Backup and Restore

Section 5: Using a Programming Language to connect to Redis

Lecture 18 Using Python to Connect to Redis DB

Section 6: Redis Replication and High Availability

Lecture 19 Redis Replication (Master Slave Configuration)

Lecture 20 Redis High Availability Overview with Production Scenarios

Lecture 21 Setting Up Redis High Availability in Production with Sentinel on Three Servers

Lecture 22 Redis Replication and Failover in Production (Three Servers)

Section 7: Redis Cluster

Lecture 23 Redis Cluster Overview – Pros and Cons

Lecture 24 Hands-on Redis Cluster Setup and Running sample commands

Section 8: Bonus Lecture – Coupons for my other trending courses

Lecture 25 Coupons for my other trending courses – Students Special

Students with Bigdata or Data Science Technologies,Students with Willingness to learn about Fastest In Memory Database Technologies,Anyone who wants to work on real production like environment setup for Redis and do a deep dive in understanding Redis

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 5h 58m | 3.36 GB
Created by: Vikas Kumar Jha

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