Part 1 - Using Redis Docker image with .Net Core API application

With my team we decided that we need a more robust approach to the implementation of our caching solution. Currently we are using a single Redis instance for caching, which is fine for part of our application. We wanted to move from a single instance of caching database to a cluster with at least two instances. We decided to research what alternatives there are and is there something that could fit more within our needs. We decided to look into KeyDB and what it could offer us.

This will be a short series of articles describing what the research led…


Part - 3 Two KeyDB instances running in active replica mode behind a Nginx load-balancer and .Net Core

This will be a short series of articles describing what the research led to. Before continuing further let me first share what this series would be and what it would not be.

It would be a quick walkthrough a simple setup of an ASP.NET Core web API application that is going to use a single Redis instance for caching and we are going to replace it with two instances of KeyDB running in Active Replica setup behind a Nginx load balancer. Along the way I will share a hint or two that you might find useful. …


Part 2 -Switching from Redis to KeyDB and running multiple KeyDB instances in Active Replica mode

This is a short series of articles describing what the research led to. Before continuing further let me first share what this series would be and what it would not be.

It would be a quick walkthrough a simple setup of an ASP.NET Core web API application that is going to use a single Redis instance for caching and we are going to replace it with two instances of KeyDB running in Active Replica setup behind a Nginx load balancer. Along the way I will share a hint or two that you might find useful.

Ivaylo Gluhchev

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