Both Redis Enterprise and Google Cloud Memorystore are platforms for delivering in-memory data store services, with each offering unique features and benefits. The two systems differ primarily in terms of scalability, persistence, and support.
Redis Enterprise: Offers true linear scalability. It allows for instant scaling without affecting the application's performance and provides high availability and durability. Additionally, it supports a tiered approach which combines RAM and flash to host larger datasets cost-effectively.
Google Cloud Memorystore: Supports auto-scaling but might lead to temporary unavailability while scaling up. It has memory limitations based on the pricing tier.
Redis Enterprise: Provides various data persistence options like AOF (Append Only File), RDB (Redis Database Backup), and hybrid persistence.
Google Cloud Memorystore: Supports RDB persistence only.
Redis Enterprise: Has robust enterprise support as it is backed by Redis Labs. This includes 24/7 human response capabilities.
Google Cloud Memorystore: Offers standard Google Cloud Platform support, which varies depending on the subscription level.
Choosing between the two comes down to your specific use case, the features you require, and the ecosystem you're working within.