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By itamar.haber
via redislabs.com
Submitted: May 01 2014 / 03:35

Job scheduler programs have grown to become very popular in today's web application world. Most commonly used to automatically run asynchronous and heavy jobs, schedulers have been utilizing Redis as a go-to backend host for some time now. This stands true for popular job management systems, such as Resque, written in Ruby to create background jobs; Sidekiq, which provides efficient background processing for Ruby; and Python users who mainly use Celery with a Redis backend option. Based on requests by the community, we recently implemented Redis to support Quartz, the popular Java job scheduler.
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