How to Install and Configure Redis Server on Ubuntu 18.04 | 16.04

This brief tutorial shows students and new new users how to install and configure Redis in-memory data store and cache server on Ubuntu 18.04 | 16.04 server..

For the uninitiated, Redis is an in-memory cache and data store that is commonly used as database to store data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, etc.

At a higher level of implementation, it can also provide high availability via Redis Sentinel including monitoring, notifications Automatic failover and automatic partitioning across multiple Redis nodes..

For more about Redis, please check out its homepage.

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Install and Setup Redis for Object Caching with WordPress on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04 | 18.10

When running WordPress sites you should always look for ways to enhance the sites’ performance by enabling caching and other performance boosting configurations…

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to setup WordPress to use Redis for object caching to speed up database queries and PHP dynamic calls….

The first time a WordPress page is loaded a database query is made via PHP…. When using Redis, these queries can be stored into system memory so that when another user loads the same page there is no need to query the database again… Redis will retrieve the previously cached query results from memory…

Setting this will help improve WordPress performance…
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Setup WordPress to Use Redis Caching on Ubuntu 17.04 | 17.10

Everyone should consider improving their WordPress website performance. When running a WordPress blog, your #1 priority should be making sure your server is optimized and using cache plugins to speed up the website.

One of the many caching programs to use is Redis. Redis is an open source in-memory database which can be used to store / cache data. It’s a great solution to implement and can be done easily with WordPress.

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to setup WordPress with Redis caching on Ubuntu 17.04 | 17.10

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