15 Reasons to use Redis as an Application Cache

In order to keep up with modern computing environments, today's tech companies must constantly reevaluate their data storage methods. After all, a server's RAM — while useful for storing data — is typically finite, volatile, non-shareable and comparatively expensive. This is where a cache becomes crucial; in order to reduce the time needed to access data stored outside of an application's main memory space, companies should consider employing an application cache.

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