Effective Web App Analytics with Redis - Progstr Filer


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Effective Web App Analytics with Redis
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march 2012 by blackthorne
TL;DR; Redis is cool and you should use it for any time series data. I remember reading about a company that refused to ship a feature to production unless it was hooked to their statistics backend…
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march 2012 by al3x
Now the trick here is how to do both daily and monthly statistics. Well, we have two hashes and increment the value in both of them. Here is how our a daily download bandwidth series looks like from within the Redis console:

We store the date/time values as Unix timestamps, but that is not really a requirement. You can pick a different representation. Note that I'm also using the HGETALL command to fetch all the data.
redis  statistics 
march 2012 by hellsten
t turns out you don't need anything super complicated to implement a time series and store it in Redis. The simplest idea actually works - use hashes with the time (day or month) as the key and a value.
data  analysis  readme 
march 2012 by jvangorp
"TL;DR; Redis is cool and you should use it for any time series data."
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march 2012 by basil3whitehouse
"TL;DR; Redis is cool and you should use it for any time series data."
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march 2012 by newtonapple
"TL;DR; Redis is cool and you should use it for any time series data."
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march 2012 by beaugunderson
Good quick read on using Redis for analytics.
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march 2012 by robfaraj