All posts by Oded Poncz

Mastering In-Memory Data Costs

Mastering In-Memory Data Costs

Discover how to optimize costs for in-memory data stores like Redis and Dragonfly, focusing on best practices for cloud cost management and FinOps strategies. Learn practical tips for cost efficiency.

Aiven Adopts Dragonfly to Solve Redis Scalability Issues, Sees 700% Performance Boost

Aiven Adopts Dragonfly to Solve Redis Scalability Issues, Sees 700% Performance Boost

We are excited to announce, together with the Aiven team, the general availability of the Aiven for Dragonfly managed in-memory data store service.

Scaling Redis without Clustering

Scaling Redis without Clustering

This blog explores scaling Redis, highlighting the complexities of Redis Cluster and presenting Dragonfly as a simpler, efficient alternative. It offers insights into vertical scaling, operational ease, and Dragonfly's ability to handle large-scale workloads on a single node.

Dragonfly 2023 in Review and Exciting Glimpses of 2024

Dragonfly 2023 in Review and Exciting Glimpses of 2024

2023 was marked by advances in features, performance improvements, integrations, cloud-native deployment, and AI capabilities, setting a strong foundation for 2024's ambitious goals for Dragonfly.

What You Need to Know About ElastiCache Serverless

What You Need to Know About ElastiCache Serverless

In the blog post, the emerging trend of serverless solutions is discussed, focusing on AWS ElastiCache Serverless. While acknowledging its innovative approach, our calculation suggests that the pricing model may not be practical for medium to large workloads.

Open source is dead, long live open source!

Open source is dead, long live open source!

The landscape of open source software is evolving in order to continue to thrive. Business Source Licenses are necessary for sustained innovation and are being embraced by leading open source innovators. This post breaks down why Dragonfly decided on BSL from the start.

Rate Limiting with Dragonfly

Rate Limiting with Dragonfly

Dragonfly offers a rate limiting API via the CL.THROTTLE command. This post outlines the rate limit algorithm background and how you can use it in your application.

Dragonfly Is Production Ready (and we raised $21m)

Dragonfly Is Production Ready (and we raised $21m)

We are pleased to announce that Dragonfly 1.0, the most performant in-memory datastore for cloud workloads, is now generally available.

10k Stars

10k Stars

Dragonfly crossed the 10K GitHub stars milestone in just 75 days. What an incredible start for our journey!

Announcing Dragonfly

Announcing Dragonfly

We could not have predicted the events of the last days. In a single week, Dragonfly transformed from a dream to reality.