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Redis vs Memcached
Popular interview question - what are the differences between Redis and Memcached?
The diagram below illustrates the key differences.
The advantages of data structures make Redis a good choice for:
🔹 Recording the number of clicks and comments for each post (hash)
🔹 Sorting the commented user list and deduping the users (zset)
🔹 Caching user behavior history and filtering malicious behaviors (zset, hash)
🔹 Storing boolean information of extremely large data into small space. For example, login status, membership status. (bitmap)
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