The new version of FMN will run in OpenShift and will use Redis as a
cache backends (we chose it over memcached because it can do native
I can deploy redis inside my openshift project easily enough , but I
was wondering if it would be worthwhile to have a shared Redis
instance, like we have a shared PostgreSQL instance.
It's not just for ease of use, but I expect to store quite a bit of
data in our Redis instance, and since we don't attach persistent
storage to OpenShift that means that it will live in the pod's memory.
So I'm being conscious of the memory hog it can become.
Unless I'm mistaken there can be several databases in the same Redis
instance, so we could share it between projects without stepping on
each other's toes.
What do you think?