Can Redis2Go replace memcahe?

Hey

The price difference for 100mb Redis or Memcache is only $5

I may have it wrong, but thought Redis provides very similar
functionality, with extra useful functionality

Why or when would someone chose Memcache over Redis?

Redis is promoted as a way to store sessions, so I assume it is
blazingly fast, particularly being memory based?

cheers

According to this, Redis is too slow for caching

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4221735

Can anyone confirm that experience?

Does anyone have any experiences in production with Redis being slow
for fragment caching?

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