Can I replace Redis with Yugabyte performance wise?

I understand I can use Redis compatible driver, or Cassandra TTL to have a Redis implementation.

I would like to know that YB also stores this data in memory as Redis so that performance is top notch for caching data.

I now use Memorystore Redis on GCP, but with YB I would like to drop this in favour of YB but I need to know that performance is the same.


Like we chatted on slack, yes you can use YCQL for caching with TTL.

And we don’t recommend using YEDIS because it’s in maintenance mode and no new features are planned.

Thanks for the feedback!