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Discussion on: Is a Redis ORM a Horrible Idea?

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Sergiy Yevtushenko

You can save yourself from huge pain of maintaining data consistency between two different storages. Take a look at Apache Ignite data grid. Using it you can get several benefits:

  • transparent caching
  • access data as key-value store
  • access same data as relational DB with distributed SQL queries
  • full transaction support
  • close to linear horizontal scalability for both storage and performance
  • tunable redundancy and consistency characteristics for every "table" ("cache" in Ignite terms)

It also provides additional services like queues, pub-sub, distributed computing, built-in file system and many more useful things.

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Dylan Anthony Author

Very cool, I've never looked at that before! I'll certainly consider it as an option.