June 2017 – Edition #70
The Only Newsletter About Redis
Modules! Modules! Modules!
The project’s website has been updated with a list of open-source Redis modules. To add yours, make a PR to the “modules.json” file in the redis-doc repository.
Redis thread safe contexts (14:38 minutes to watch)
RedisConf17 – the aftermath
As the team is busily making everything available online, here are a few tastes of what it was all about. Stay tuned for a massive dumps of content soon.
I’d also like to personally thank and mention all of our esteemed speakers (apologies in advance for any omissions): Irfan Ahmad, Rahul Babbar @rahulone, Brad Brech Nenad Bogojevic @NenadBo, Chuck Calio @chuckcalio, Kyle Davis @stockholmux, Salil Deshpande @salil, Daniel Ellis @I_am_Dan_Ellis, Erol Erturk @er0l, Stefano Fratini @fratuz610, Robert Gay @roblg, Lou Harwood @lou_harwood, Joel Hensley @fusball, Matthew Hicks @mkigikm, Kelsey Hightower @kelseyhightower, Daniel Hochman @danielhochman, Kevin Hoffman @KevinHoffman, Thomas Hunter II @tlhunter, Jon Hyman @jon_hyman, Brian Ip, Jay Johnson @jayphjohnson, Ted Knudsen @ultrated, Nikita Koksharov, Michael Labib @MichaelSLabib, Cedric Lamoriniere @CedLamo, John Loehrer, Charity Majors @mipsytipsy, Joshua McKenty @jmckenty, Seandon Mooy @erulabs, Jim Nelson @_jimnelson_, Philip Norman @philipnrmn, Frank Ober @fxober, Ioannis Papapanagiotou @ipapapa, Pat Patterson @metadaddy, Sean Perkins @seanperkins, Peter Phillips, Aaron Pollack @the_lolpack, Dmitry Polyakovsky @dmitrypol, Hari Ramamurthy, Rashmi Ramesh @rashmi_ur, Sam Ramji @sramji, Venkatachalam Rangasamy @topideafactory, Chris Richardson @crichardson, Jesus Ruiz @jruiztwi, Madhu Therani @MadhuTherani, Jim Vogt, Reynold Xin @rxin, Cihan Biyikoglu @cihangirb, Leena Joshi @leena_joshi2015, Uri Shachar, Guy Lubovitch @dragnot, Elad Ash @AshElad, Shay Nativ @shaynativ, Itamar Haber @itamarhaber, Yiftach Shoolman @Yiftachsh, Ofer Bengal @oferbengal and Salvatore Sanfilipo @antirez.
On the lighter side, thank yous are also in order to The Spazmatics @SPAZMATICS, as well as to Thomas Middleditch who deleted his Twitter account and plays in a character in some TV show. He was actually pretty okay on stage, although I definitely stole the show 😉
A special thanks goes to the rest of team from Redis Labs @RedisLabs who made this a once-in-a-lifetime-event happen, including: Tague Griffith @tague, Kirk Kirkconnell @rladmin, Gabe Stanek @gastanek, François Cerbelle @fcerbelle, Adi Foulger @redismonkey, Rod Hamlin @rodhamlin, Cassie Zimmerman @cassandrazimm, Jason Forget @Jasonaforget, Regev (Reggie) Yativ @regevyativ, Jeannie Chong @JeannieChong1, Sukhy Budwal @BudwalSukhy, Devin Ramga @devinramga, David Maitland @DCMaitland, Mike McCrady @MikeMcCrady2, Roshan Kumar @RoshanKumar, Rik Walters @rikwalters, Saman Moayeri @MoayeriSaman, Sharon Thompson @Square1Rolls, Manish Gupta @mgupta_sv and Aviad Abutbul @AviadAb.
Additional obligatory but grateful thanks are due to the event’s gracious sponsors: Amazon Web Services @awscloud, Google @Google, Pivotal @pivotal, Stack Overflow @StackOverflow, Sticker Mule @stickermule, Intel @intel, Mesosphere @mesosphere, Zettaset @Zettaset and IBM @IBM.
Last, but not least, the real thanks goes to everyone who attended the conference – you’re the reason for this conference and I hope to meet all of you next year at Redis Conf 2018.
An informal yet informative study and comparison between Amazon Aurora, CitusDB, CockroachDB, Google Spanner, Microsoft Cosmos, MongoDB & Postgress from Brandur @brandur.
Note: we missed you at the conf.
When: June 14, 2017 6PM-9PM
We are very excited to announce the release of Redise Pack 4.5.0. Along with many quality improvements and overall performance enhancements, this release ushers in two major capabilities;
We are very excited to announce the preview release of the new simplified Redise Cloud Private (RCP) managed DBaaS.
Redise Cloud Private delivers a fully managed, cost effective, stable high performance Redis databases in dedicated clusters within your cloud account, using your own instances, inside your VPC, with the option to run Redis databases on RAM or RAM+Flash (Redise Flash) as an extension of memory, using High IOPS NVMe-based SSD instances.
We’re looking for the right women and men to join our team as architects, software engineers, automation developers, technical support engineers, devops, sales managers and recruitment experts. Check our open positions out and refer your friends!
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