Redis Data Structure Types

Below is the list of 5 Redis data structures, along with an example of when they can be used:

String Hash List

 

Redis Data Structure Examples

String Data Structure

Using the String data structure in Redis is not limited to the traditional String data type. You can store any type of value, including numbers. It is a very popular choice for caching engines and is one of the most traditional key/value pair structures.

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Hash Data Structure

Hashes allow developers to work with fields. This means that you're able to go beyond simple serialized data the way that we had to with the basic String structure. You are able to work with nested fields and have more control over the data you're inserting and querying.

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List Data Structure

Lists work well with storing references to other keys and function like an Array collection.

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