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lettuce-core - Advanced Java Redis client for thread-safe sync, async, and reactive usage

  •    Java

Advanced and thread-safe Java Redis client for synchronous, asynchronous, and reactive usage. Supports Cluster, Sentinel, Pipelining, Auto-Reconnect, Codecs and much more.

rump - Hot sync two Redis servers using dumps.

  •    Go

Hot sync two Redis databases using dumps. There's no easy way to get/sync data from an AWS ElastiCache Redis cluster.

elasticache-geospatial-public-bikes - Sample application that demonstrates use of Redis Geospatial commands using Amazon ElastiCache, AWS Lambda, and Serverless Application Model

  •    Javascript

public-bikes is a sample project that utilizes the AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) in conjunction with Amazon ElastiCache to find nearby public bike stations.For more details on this project, please visit the accompanying blog post.




elasticache-geospatial-public-bikes - Sample application that demonstrates use of Redis Geospatial commands using Amazon ElastiCache, AWS Lambda, and Serverless Application Model

  •    Javascript

public-bikes is a sample project that utilizes the AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) in conjunction with Amazon ElastiCache to find nearby public bike stations. For more details on this project, please visit the accompanying blog post.

aws-elasticache-retail-dashboard - AWS ElastiCache for Redis driven real-time retail dashboard

  •    Javascript

Most often, when we discuss Amazon ElastiCache, it is in the context of enhancing the performance of read-heavy database workloads. We update our application to employ a read-through or write-through pattern to keep data in the cache fresh and ease the burden on the database. ElastiCache though can deliver a great number of other benefits that not only make your workload more performant, but also deliver new capabilities. To demonstrate some of those benefits, we will build a sample sales analytics dashboard using Amazon ElastiCache as well as several other AWS services. More details on the ElastiCache features used here can be found in the accompanying blog post.