In the gaming industry, non-role data such as leaderboard data can be stored in TencentDB for Redis for quick access, and the native SortedSet data type of Redis can readily help develop player data.
In internet and app businesses, basic user data can be cached into TencentDB for Redis to improve the read performance. Further, static images and resources can be cached there too to speed up application loading.
In ecommerce display, data such as product images and recommendations can be stored in TencentDB for Redis for quick access. In addition, the high QPS performance (up to tens of millions) of Redis can sustain high concurrent requests, making it ideal for large-scale campaigns (e.g., flash sales).