Big Data - Redis

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Lession - #1177 Redis Hashes

A Redis hash is an data type that addresses a planning between a string field and a string esteem. Hashes can hold many key-value matches and are intended to not occupy a lot of room, making them ideal for representing data objects

Redis Hashes are the ideal data type to address objects. They used to plan between the string fields and the string values. In Redis, each hash can hide away to multiple billion field-value pairs.

Is Redis hash ordered?

NO, Redis hash doesn't keep order. Since it's a hash, it's unordered.