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Victor Jonah
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Feb 22, 2022 ⋅ 4 min read

Using Redis pub/sub with Node.js

Victor Jonah I am a Software Developer with over three years of experience working with JavaScript and its frameworks. I currently work as a remote software developer for a tech agency.

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One Reply to "Using Redis pub/sub with Node.js"

  1. “Apache Kafka is a lot faster than Redis” – I find that hard to believe… Except possible at massive scale (When Redis starts choking on its single thread)

    Do you have any stats to confirm that statement?

    I found another page that indicates Redis is in ‘single-digits’ of milliseconds, and Kafka is in 10’s of milliseconds. The opposite of your statement here.

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