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One of the Better Spring Redis Tutorials You'll Find

09.23.2013
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IBM DeveloperWorks is always full of deep tutorials, and I can vouch for the author of "Develop Spring Redis Applications," a recent addition.  Shekhar Gulati has written a lot of posts around Redis in Spring environments for several years.  

Develop Spring Redis Applications 


This one of the best tutorials to read if you're looking for a current 'getting started' guide for using Spring Redis, which is a portfolio project related to the overall Spring Data project.  If you're planning on doing NoSQL, and you're a Java developer, you really ought to check out Spring Data if you haven't already.