“I’m gonna eat my own dog food here, and start you off with a collection of links and ideas of people using Redis. Redis’ particular way of treating data requires some rethinking how to store your data to benefit from speed, atomicity and its data types. I’ve already written about Redis in abundance, this post’s purpose is to compliment them with real-world scenarios. Maybe you can gather some ideas on how to deal with things.
There’s a couple of well-known use cases already, the most popular of them being Resque, a worker queue. RestMQ, an HTTP-based worker queue using Redis, was just recently released too. Both don’t make use yet of the rather new blocking pop commands like Redactor does, so there’s still room for improvement, and to make them even more reliable.
Ohm is a library to store objects in Redis. While I’m not sure I’d put this layer of abstraction on top of it, it’s well worth looking at the code to get inspiration. Same is true for redis-types…”