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Discussion on: Is a Redis ORM a Horrible Idea?

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Dylan Anthony Author

Thanks for the suggestion! I'll clarify the use case just a bit. The problem is not with read performance from MySQL, but with write performance to it. The data we're storing here is transient by its very nature, with each record changing several times per minute. It's also not data that we'd care much about losing (we persist as much as we need to in a down-sampled fashion to other storage mediums). So even if we could tune MySQL to accept writes fast enough (which would be expensive if we need to hire a new full time employee to figure it out!) we don't need most of the features it gives us.