At RedisConf 2016, Company Executives and Redis Visionary Salvatore Sanfilippo Joined Developers and Experts to Discuss the Endless Possibilities of Redis
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 13, 2016 at 08:30 a.m. PT
Redis Labs, the home of Redis, announced a 400 percent increase of attendees at the second annual RedisConf, the world’s largest gathering of Redis users, developers, and experts.
Held at Mission Bay Conference Center on May 10 and May 11, RedisConf featured over 40 speakers and 30 breakout sessions along with the announcement of the Redis Modules System and the Redis Labs Module Hub. Redis Labs’ executives and Redis creator, Salvatore Sanfilippo, were joined by customers and industry experts to highlight the game-changing and transformative trends driving developers and enterprises’ database decisions around open source technology, including:
- A Hacker’s Guide To a New Era in Redis
- Distributed Application Logic in Ruby with Redis
- Real-time recommendations using WebSockets and Redis
- Background Tasks in Node
- Redis on NVMe SSD
- Redis operation with Persistent Memory
- SSH I/O Streaming Via Redis-based Persistent Message Queue
- Walmart and IBM Revisit the Linear Road Benchmark
- Back your App with MySQL & Redis, the Cloud Foundry Way
- Managing Redis with Kubernetes
Additional sessions were conducted by:
- Brian Leonard, TaskRabbit
- Ioannis Papapanagiotou, Netflix
- Jakub Schmiegel, Intel
- Kelsey Hightower, Google
- Mani Tadayon, Apple
- Rahul Varma, Rocket Fuel
- Roger Rea, IBM
- Tague Griffith, GoPro
- Zvika Guz, Samsung
Modules reduce complexity by reducing the number of specialized databases required by enterprises. Simple to deploy, they provide the additional advantages of low operational overhead with fewer hardware resources needed to deliver advanced functionality at high performance. Modules allow quality applications to be delivered faster, eliminating the need for individual specialty databases.
Organized by Redis Labs, RedisConf2016 highlighted the breadth of use cases and usage of Redis in organizations of all sizes globally. Attendees had the opportunity to learn from key Redis contributors and dive deep into Redis with the experts, share knowledge and experience with community members, and network with data scientists, developers, product managers, customers and partners that are implementing Redis in their business. Other keynotes included: Salvatore Sanfilippo, Creator of Redis; Yiftach Shoolman, Redis Labs; Bill Anderson, Rackspace; Adrian Colyer, formerly Spring Source and VMware; Laura Merling, formerly SAP; Chris Richardson, Cloud Foundry.
Additionally, RedisConf2016 attendees joined hands-on sessions and workshops that addressed Redis best practices, demos and case studies.
For more information on Redis Labs and next year’s RedisConf, visit: redislabs.com.