Achieving high throughput in Redis involves a combination of optimizing your application, configuring Redis properly, and potentially using features like Redis pipelining or clustering.
Optimize Your Application: The speed at which applications can send commands to Redis often limits Redis's overall performance. Make sure your application is built to handle high loads and effectively use system resources.
Redis Configuration: Ensure that Redis is appropriately configured. Use the 'redis-benchmark' tool to test your Redis server and tune settings such as networking parameters, memory management, data persistence options (RDB or AOF), etc. to fit your use-case.
Redis Pipelining: Redis pipelining allows for multiple commands to be sent to the server at once, reducing the latency caused by round trips between the client and server. Here's a simple example in Python using the redis-py library:
In this example, 10,000 SET commands are sent to Redis in one go, drastically reducing the time it would take to send them one-by-one.