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Tag: Amazon ElastiCache

ElastiCache T2 Support

As you may already know, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)‘s new T2 instance type provides a solid level of baseline performance and the ability to burst above the baseline as needed. As I wrote in my blog post, these instances are ideal for development, testing, and medium-traffic web sites. Today we are bringing the benefits […]

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Amazon ElastiCache Flexible Node Placement

Amazon ElastiCache makes it easy for you to deploy an in-memory cache in the cloud using the Memacached or Redis engines. Today we are launching a new flexible node placement model for ElastiCache. Your Memcached Cache Clusters can now span multiple Availability Zones within a Region. This will help to improve the reliability of the […]

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Backup and Restore ElastiCache Redis Clusters

You can use Amazon ElastiCache to implement an in-memory storage layer between your application code and your database using the Memcached or Redis engines. Adding an in-memory storage layer can often lead to dramatic speed improvements for database accesses. Regardless of which engine you choose, ElastiCache makes it easy to deploy, operate, and scale a […]

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Amazon ElastiCache – Now With Redis 2.8.6

Amazon ElastiCache makes it easy for you to create, operate, and scale an in-memory cache. Because ElastiCache contains support for the Memcached and Redis engines, it is compatible with a wide variety of existing applications. I’m happy to announce that ElastiCache now supports version 2.8.6 of Redis and that you can start using it today: […]

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Amazon ElastiCache – Now With a Dash of Redis

We launched Amazon ElastiCache about two years ago, and have steadily added features ever since. In the last two years we have added auto discovery, additional cache node types, and reserved cache nodes. We’ve reduced prices several times and we have added support for additional AWS Regions and VPC. Today we are taking a big […]

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