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A Guide to Redis Pub/Sub Jul 26, 2023 by Robert Gravelle

More than a mere database, Redis can also act as a message broker that supports both publishing and subscribing (pub/sub) operations. This blog will provide a brief overview of Redis's Pub/Sub capabilities using Navicat for Redis.

Using Database Aliases Jul 10, 2023 by Robert Gravelle

SQL supports the use of aliases to give a table or a column a temporary name. Not only can they save on typing, but aliases can also make your queries more readable and understandable. In today's blog, we'll learn how to incorporate aliases into our queries using Navicat Premium 16.2.

Redis Data Types Jun 26, 2023 by Robert Gravelle

One of the key features that sets Redis apart from other key-value stores is its support of numerous data types, which include strings, lists, sets, sorted sets, and hashes. This makes it easier for developers to solve problems because they tend to know which data type to use for a given task. This blog will outline the six data types supported by Redis.

Getting started with Redis Jun 16, 2023 by Robert Gravelle

Redis is an open source, BSD licensed, advanced key-value store, written in C. It's also referred to as a data structure server, since the keys can contain strings, hashes, lists, sets and sorted sets. This tutorial will provide the fundamentals of Redis concepts needed to start using it right away.

Introducing Navicat for Redis! Jun 9, 2023 by Robert Gravelle

Version 16.2 of Navicat Premium added several exciting new features to an already stellar product, the most noteworthy being Redis support. Now, there is a Navicat administration and development client specifically for Redis. Navicat for Redis offers users an easy-to-access visual interface to visualize and optimize Redis data. It includes a rich set of features for making routine management tasks simpler, easier and more efficient than ever before. It can connect to any local/remote Redis server, and is compatible with cloud databases like Redis Enterprise Cloud, Amazon ElastiCache, Google Memorystore and Microsoft Azure. This blog will outline some of Navicat for Redis's most important features.

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