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Learn Redis from Scratch

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Product is rated as #24 in category NoSQL

A database is a crucial aspect of applications that are often only considered as an afterthought. However, for many developers deciding which database to use when building apps is a critical decision.

Among the many popular data structures such as MySQL, MongoDB and Oracle, Redis is slowly gaining popularity within the NoSQL databases. Although, it already plays a supporting role for many companies including Twitter and Github, Redis is now gaining traction as a primary database.

So, what is Redis? Redis is an open–source data structure server that allows developers to organize data using a key–value storage method. This powerful database is perfect for high performance jobs such as caching. Redis is a no–fuss and fast database for many different functions including as a cache or a message broker.

This Redis tutorial is the best place for you to progress from a newbie to an advanced user of Redis. Go from knowing nothing about Redis, to actually being able to create an application using this powerful database.

This Redis course has been specifically designed for beginners who have never worked with Redis before. You will learn everything you need to know about Redis, including what is Redis, what is this database best used for, how to install Redis on your system, etc.

Instructor Details

Eduonix creates and distributes high quality technology training content. Our team of industry professionals have been training manpower for more than a decade. We aim to teach technology the way it is used in industry and professional world. We have professional team of trainers for technologies ranging from Mobility, Web to Enterprise and Database and Server Administration.

Specification: Learn Redis from Scratch

Duration

3 hours

Year

2018

Level

Intermediate

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

12 reviews for Learn Redis from Scratch

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  1. Neeraj Sood

    Very good for the beginners. You will get complete insight into all the details on how the REDIS works.

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  2. Alain Masiero

    Live copy paste of the official doc. No added value.

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  3. Parsuram Panigrahi

    good

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  4. Carlos Gaviria

    So far so good, learning the basics of Redis…

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  5. Rolando Creo

    Good, but no lessons on redis cluster

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  6. Nandha Kumar

    Good course for beginners.

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  7. ENNIO GOMIDE SANTOS

    Est sendo claro nas explica es, embora tudo ainda seja te rico.

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  8. Senthilkumar Prakasam

    Good, covers the basics.

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  9. Uri Gorobets

    Great course

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  10. Jeffrey Soong

    Shockingly disappointing for such a highly rated instructor. This course is severely lacking for something claiming to be a Redis course. Half of the course is the instructor reading off Power Point, and he could not be less enthusiastic. I came in wanting to learn the lower level behavior of Redis, and there is practically none of that in this course. Section 5 is seemingly just the instructor dragging out the video when it could have been half the length. Section 6 was among the content I wanted to learn, but he literally read through the slides, mind you, it’s text only with 0 examples. 0 diagrams. 0 illustrations. Just text, and a monotonous, unenthusiastic voice. And he literally just breezed through the details, barely explaining in any depth. There are parts where he pauses slightly to give very minor examples, but nothing in a real world use scenario. I’ve yet to start Section 7, but so far, browsing the section titles, it seems to be missing the pub/sub mechanism lessons, which arguably is among the top popular features of Redis (unless it’s named something else). If I were to give a metaphor, I would say this course is Introduction to Redis: Chapter 1, and the rest of the book is missing. Overall, this is my most disappointing purchase on Udemy. To those looking to learn Redis, look elsewhere. This course is way too incomplete, way too lacking. As of writing, this is 30th March 2020, and the oldest comment in the course is 3 years ago, so it’s already at least 3 years old. Look for more updated content with better explanation

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  11. Karen Hensley

    Yes, but using some terms that have not been introduced yet.

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  12. Kurcsics Norbert

    Redis looks cool, but I would have prefered to learn about it building a real world app. Some frontend (Anulgar 2+ prefered), nodejs //+fastify+fastify gql maybe// with redis cache, and mongodb. Nonetheless, it’s a good course. Those are just my favourite ways of learning something new for my stack.

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