Redcon - Redis compatible server framework for Go

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Redcon is a custom Redis server framework for Go that is fast and simple to use. The reason for this library it to give an efficient server front-end for the BuntDB and Tile38 projects. Redcon has full TLS support.

https://github.com/tidwall/redcon

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