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RedisConf19

Redis Training Workshop

You can pick up to four, 1 hr 45-minute workshops from 10 different topics that best suit your skill level and use case. The topics include:

  • Getting started with Redis
  • Active/Active
  • Redis + k8s
  • RediSearch
  • RedisGraph
  • Probabilistic Data Structures
  • Deep Learning with Redis
  • Streaming Architecture
  • Redis as a Primary Datastore
  • Redis Clustering

Redis and Microservices Training Workshop

This blended track gives you access to all the same topics as the Redis training but also allows you special access to a half-day Microservices workshop held on-site. The Microservices workshop, delivered by Chris Richardson, will cover the in-depth topic of microservices architecture and how you can integrate Redis in this environment. The other half of your day will allow you to pick and choose your other Redis topics that are of your interest.

Register Today

Join the Redis Community at the Largest Gathering for the World’s Fastest Database. From the first announcement on Hacker News, Redis set the standard for web scale performance. Each year, milestones are passed and records get broken. And this year we have a lot to celebrate. Not only is Redis the first database to reach 1 Billion (with a B) ‘docker pulls’, and rated the Most Loved Database on Stack Overflow, but Redis celebrates its 10th anniversary of the day it was announced on Hacker News.

RedisConf19 takes place on April 2-3rd in San Francisco on Pier 27. 1500 Redis developers, innovators and contributors will meet to share use cases, get hands-on training and learn how to build innovative applications that scale. There will be 60 technical sessions, plus hands-on exercises and other activities in the developer lounge. This year’s theme is INSTANT, which refers to the growing demand for applications to respond instantly to user interactions.

Join us at RedisConf19 to celebrate this remarkable database and the community that brings it to the world. With Redis, your future can change in an Instant.

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Redis experts have created a day of hands-on, deep technical training geared toward both new and experienced Redis developers. By attending RedisConf19 training day, you will learn about:

New features – Such as Redis streams, modules and containers, to scale out their growing applications.

Best practices – from Redis users around the world who share tips and tricks, and help you master new skills.

Use Cases – Take part in over 60 community-led talks that include detailed use cases from technologists that are putting Redis to work for their businesses.

Hands-on training – To get you started building robust, feature-rich applications using Redis, during a day of deep technical training for both new and experienced Redis developers.

Redis Training Workshop

You can pick up to four, 1 hr 45-minute workshops from 10 different topics that best suit your skill level and use case. The topics include:

  • Getting started with Redis
  • Active/Active
  • Redis + k8s
  • RediSearch
  • RedisGraph
  • Probabilistic Data Structures
  • Deep Learning with Redis
  • Streaming Architecture
  • Redis as a Primary Datastore
  • Redis Clustering

Redis and Microservices Training Workshop

This blended track gives you access to all the same topics as the Redis training but also allows you special access to a half-day Microservices workshop held on-site. The Microservices workshop, delivered by Chris Richardson, will cover the in-depth topic of microservices architecture and how you can integrate Redis in this environment.

The other half of your day will allow you to pick and choose your other Redis topics that are of your interest.

Keynote Speakers

Salvatore Sanfilippo

Salvatore Sanfilippo
Creator of Redis
@antirez

Yiftach Shoolmna

Ofer Bengal
RedisLabs CEO and Co-Founder
@OferBengal

Thomas Kurian

Thomas Kurian
CEO of Google Cloud

Yiftach Shoolmna

Yiftach Shoolman
Redis Labs CTO and Co-Founder
@Yiftachsh

Aparna Sinha

Aparna Sinha
Group Product Lead for Google Kubernetes Engine and K8s at Google Cloud
@apbhatnagar

Martin Ford

Martin Ford
NYT Best Selling Author on AI and Robotics

Kevin Miller

Kevin Miller
Principal Program Manager, Azure IoT Platform Team

Ken Gibson

Ken Gibson
Director of Persistent Memory Software Architecture, Intel’s Data Center Group


Session Speakers

Thomas Hunter

Thomas Hunter II
Principal Software Engineer
Intrinsic

@tlhunter

Bobby Calderwood

Bobby Calderwood
Founder
Evident Systems LLC

@bobbycalderwood

Linda Achieng

Linda Achieng
Developer
Podii HQ

@KadzLyn

Vishy Kasar

Vishy Kasar
Software Engineer
Apple

Claudia Misale
Research Staff Member
IBM Research

Jim Nelson

Jim Nelson
Cluster Operations Engineer
Internet Archive

@_jimnelson_

Janko Isidorovic

Janko Isidorovic
CEO
Mainflux

Madelyn Olson

Madelyn Olson
Software Developer
AWS

@Madelynio2

Chris Richardson

Chris Richardson
Author of Microservices Patterns
@crichardson

Andy Tsai

Andrew Tsai
Graduate Student
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

@tsaience_

Vinayak Ramesh

Vinayak Ramesh
Entrepreneur in Residence
Redpoint Ventures

Paul Kurmas
Director, Strategic Product Development
Mutualink, Inc

Ravitej Sistla

Ravitej Sistla
Sr. Software Engineer
Box, Inc.

@inraves

Murat Karslioglu

Murat Karslioglu
VP Product
MayaData

@muratkarslioglu

Jeff Pollard

Jeff Pollard
Staff Engineer
Strava

@nfluxx

Richard Leddy

Richard Leddy
Independant Consultant
Copius Systems

Martin Dimitrov

Martin Dimitrov
Application Engineer
Intel

Atsushi Isomura

Atsushi Isomura
Researcher
Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp.

Aaron Evens
Solutions Architect
Sauce Labs

@fijiaaron

Luke Curley
Software Engineer
Twitch

Tyler Van Gorder
Principal Software Engineer
Build.com

@tkvangorder

Benjamin Sergeant
Staff Software Engineer
Machine Zone

Carlos Justiniano
VP of Engineering
Flywheel Sports

@cjus

Kevin McGehee
Sr. Software Developer
AWS

Avner Braverman
Co-founder & CEO
Binaris Inc.

@avnerbraverman

Patrick King
Sr Site Reliability Engineer
New Relic

@mr_mustash

Danni Moiseyev
Software Lead
Redis Labs

Peter Karp
Staff Software Engineer
BuzzFeed

Erik Brandsberg
CTO
Heimdall Data

@heimdalldata

Uli Hitzel
Developer Advocate
Axway

@u1i

David Chaves
Research Assistant
Research Center for Communication & Information Technologies, University of Costa Rica

Dan Linderman
Software Engineer
Very, Inc.

@lindemda

Gerard Van Helden
Freelance Full Stack Developer
Self-Employeed

@Gerard_vHelden

Mario Gray
Principal Technologist
Pivotal

@mariogray

Shrif Nada
Software Engineer
LiveRamp

Dmitry Polyakovsky
Sr. Software Developer
Oracle

@dmitrypol

Kamal Joshi
Sr. Software Engineer
HackerRank

@kamaljoshi4

Paulo Arruda

Paulo Arruda
CTO
FaaStRuby

@parrudanet

Vik Kelkar

Vick Kelkar
Director of Product Management
Portworx

@vick_kelkar

Lars Schneidenbach

Lars Schneidenbach
Research Software Designer
IBM Research

Rob Szumski

Rob Szumski
Principal Product Manager
Red Hat

Aleksandar Novaković

Aleksandar Novaković
Software Engineer
Mainflux

Dmitrii Kuvaiskii

Dmitrii Kuvaiskii
Research Scientist

RedisConf19 will be held at state-of-the-art Pier 27 on the famous Embarcadero waterfront in San Francisco. It boasts panoramic views of the entire San Francisco Bay, the spectacular Bay Bridge, the City skyline and Coit Tower.

Pier 27
The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94111
Free parking available for attendees at the event. Attendees will also be able to take advantage of a Lyft discount code during the time of the event.

Map & Directions

Nearby Hotels

Hyatt Regency San Francisco: 5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco

Park Central San Francisco: 50 3rd Street, San Francisco

Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf: 2500 Mason Street, San Francisco

Hotel Vitale: 8 Mission Street, San Francisco

Hotel Zephyr: 50 Beach Street, San Francisco

San Francisco Marriott Fisherman’s Wharf: 1250 Columbus Ave, San Francisco

Have Questions about RedisConf?
Send us an email at redisconf19@redislabs.com

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