Redis Development Services
Need a Redis coder for your application? You surely came to the relevant people. “Echo Ukraine” offers IT staffing services and project based programming. We pleasantly help you to secure the best worker or a team for remote cooperation. All our coders are accomplished specialists skilled in creating specially made software using the most recent trends, including REDIS, Handlebars.js, Extjs, Vue.js, Bitcoin, Slack, ASP.NET, Telerik, Typescript, AWS, DynamoDB. You can also choose us as a Redis development partner and delegate full-cycle development services to us.
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- Top Ukrainian coders with over 5 years of commercial experience.
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We help you execute your ideas by providing proved Redis coders who can contribute to your forces and instantly start delivering excellent code. Get in touch with us and look over the CVs of candidates available for hire at the moment. Also, you can read “Redis Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 Redis Programmers in February 2018
1 Vasil O.,Age: 25, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, JS (Angular 1.x), JS (Angular 2.x), NoSQL (Redis), Golang, MSSQL, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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2 Denis K.,Age: 24, Skills: Android, C, NoSQL (Redis), Golang, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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3 Dmytro T.,Age: 29, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS, HTML/CSS, Python (Django), Python (Flask), NoSQL (Redis), Full Stack (Python/JS), MySQL, Golang
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4 Ivan D.,Age: 30, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, JS (React), PHP (Laravel), HTML/CSS, Full Stack (PHP/JS), Bootstrap, NoSQL (Redis), MySQL, Golang
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5 Paval K.,Age: 27, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: Python, C, NoSQL (Redis), Golang, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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Questions and Answers related to Redis Development
“Redis, essentially is a cache – a place to store run time artifacts for a highly scalable distributed system. For example, once a user logs in we need to store the session and the things that hang off of that session e.g the user type, what the user has seen, may be preferences and so forth. The cache could be a place for system level stuff like topic graph or shard details (like described in the pInterest post). Redis gives one a scalable cache infrastructure as well as rich representations to cache objects.”
“Don’t cram everything into one Redis instance. Consider using a separate instance for Pub/Sub than for Key-Value store. This makes it easier to debug at-scale performance issues if you expect high traffic on either instance. It also let’s you scale up those instances to different sizes or add more RAM to one. Also don’t expect to be able to query data like in a database. The paradigm of searching data is completely different. Don’t forget to use transactions…”
“It depends on what your needs/setup look like. If you have one master and several slaves and are balancing reads, you could just connect to the slave closest to your client. Your load balancing is then handled by whatever is load balancing the requests to the server the client is running on. In this setup you might be able to get away with using HAProxy in front of the Redis as well, but you then need to be sure that you handle reconnects properly.”
“Redis is an in memory data store, so yes, it is blazingly fast and will able to handle a huge traffic load. Other than raw read and write speed, there are other concerns, like whether the domain model for your data fits redis. Have that in mind as well…”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.