2017-05-22

Go-Redis vs RediGo (also Aerospike)

This is an old benchmark result that test Redis and Aerospike, both are in-memory database, I did this about December last year, that I used to test Redis agains Aerospike for cases of storing random session per request:

Redis (redigo)
Transactions:                  52343 hits 
Availability:                 100.00 % 
Elapsed time:                   9.16 secs 
Data transferred:              17.02 MB 
Response time:                  0.04 secs 
Transaction rate:            5714.30 trans/sec  (1654 worst >1M uQ sess)
Throughput:                     1.86 MB/sec 
Concurrency:                  252.55 
Successful transactions:       52343 
Failed transactions:               0 
Longest transaction:            1.13 
Shortest transaction:           0.00

Aerospike (aerospike-client-go)
Transactions:                  80806 hits
Availability:                 100.00 %
Elapsed time:                   9.71 secs
Data transferred:              26.28 MB
Response time:                  0.03 secs
Transaction rate:            8321.94 trans/sec (8999 best, 7769 worst)
Throughput:                     2.71 MB/sec
Concurrency:                  251.91
Successful transactions:       80806
Failed transactions:               0
Longest transaction:            1.17
Shortest transaction:           0.00

Redis (go-redis)
Transactions:                  91187 hits 
Availability:                 100.00 % 
Elapsed time:                   9.95 secs 
Data transferred:              29.65 MB 
Response time:                  0.03 secs 
Transaction rate:            9164.52 trans/sec (3536 worst >1M uQ sess)
Throughput:                     2.98 MB/sec 
Concurrency:                  252.70 
Successful transactions:       91187 
Failed transactions:               0 
Longest transaction:            0.20 
Shortest transaction:           0.00 

The bad part about Redis (that uses SkipList), more data we store, it slows down faster, in this case 1 million sessions stored slows Redis down by more than 60%, while Aerospike only slowed down by 10%).

1 comment :

  1. this is really interesting (but a bit old). did you have the chance to re-run those tests since then?
    could you share what you actually benchmark so i can try it myself?

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