Redis in-memory storage


The choices of technology for connecting sensors and devices to your IoT projects are many, but if you're looking for a high-performance storage system or a system that can support binary data, then you should consider taking a look at Redis.

My only comment would be that because Redis is an in-memory data storage system, you should run some up-front calculations on your image storage requirements to ensure that the Redis memory size allocation has been configured correctly.


  1. Redis:
  2. Arduino flame detection sensor:
  3. DHT11 temperature/humidity sensor:
  4. Node-RED:
  5. Installing and running Node-RED:

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