Memurai Developer available on NuGet
With the release of Memurai 2.0.0, we are pleased to announce that we have published Memurai Developer on nuget.org. This makes it very simple and convenient to have an in-memory data set with capabilities such as persistence, replication,...Continue reading
Chocolatey package for Memurai Developer
Today we’re super happy to announce that Memurai Developer is available on Chocolatey. A brief summary of what is included in Memurai Developer was announced in our [previous blog...Continue reading
Memurai Event Log Integration
As a native Windows application, Memurai should work with the Windows Event Log. We received this request from several of our customers and as a result we decided to work on it. How difficult can it be, right?
- Each row from the log file is recorded in the Event Log as “Information”. No...
Announcing Memurai Enterprise and Memurai Developer!
Close to a year ago we announced the Technical Preview of Memurai, a Windows-native cache and datastore compatible with Redis 5. The technical preview generated a tremendous amount of interest from all around the globe from a wide variety of...Continue reading
Memurai vs. Redis Benchmark Comparison
As a developer, you might use an in-memory cache for a bunch of reasons. Sometimes you need data consistency across machines; other times you need high-availability so that your data is still accessible when one of your servers goes down. But in most cases, you use caching to improve the speed of...Continue reading