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Training | Day One | Day Two

Monday, April 1

Training Day

7:30 am – 9:00 am Registration
8:00 am – 9:00 am Breakfast
9:00 am – 9:45 am Opening Session
Angel Red Rock Treasure Yerba Buena
9:45 am- 11:15 am Getting Started with Redis Redis Clustering Redis as a Primary Data Store Microservices Workshop: Distributed Data Patterns
11:15 am – 11:25 am Break
11:25 am- 12:55 pm Redis + K8s Streaming Architectures RediSearch (continued)
12:55 pm – 1:55 pm Lunch
1:55 pm- 3:25 pm Serving Deep Learning Models at Scale with Redis Probabilistic Data Structure Redis + K8s (repeat) Microservices Workshop: Distributed Data Patterns (repeat)
3:25 pm – 3:35 pm Break
3:35 pm – 5:05 pm RedisGraph Active/Active Streaming Architectures (repeat) (continued)
5:05 pm – 7:00 pm Happy Hour in Expo Hall (Food and Drinks)

Tuesday, April 2

Day One Sessions

7:30 am – 9:00 am Registration
9:00 am – 11:00 am Morning Keynotes

  • Salvatore Sanfilippo, Creator of Redis
  • Ofer Bengal, CEO, Redis Labs
  • Yiftach Shoolman, CTO, Redis Labs
  • Thomas Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud
  • Gaming companies panel
11:00 am – 11:15 am Morning Break (Geek Lounge talks, Hands-on Exercises)
Alameda Alcatraz Angel Red Rock Treasure Yerba Buena
11:15 am – 12:00 pm Deep Dive in to Redis Replication – Vishy Kasar, Apple Inc. RedisGraph: A low latency Graph DB – Pieter Cailliau, Redis Labs, Sebastien Heymann, Linkurious & Matthew Rodkey, IBM
Using Redis Streams to build Event-driven Microservices and User Interface in Clojure(Script) – Bobby Calderwood, Event Systems Extreme Performance at Cloud Scale – Andi Gutmans and Kevin McGehee, AWS
Multi-agency Multi-media Interoperable Communication, enabled by RedisPaul Kurmas, Mutualink inc Bootstrapping Redis in KubernetesMark Mandel and Sandeep Dinesh, Google Cloud
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Lunch (Birds of a Feather tables, Geek Lounge talks & Hands-on Exercises)
1:00 pm – 1:45 pm Secure Redis Cluster at Box – Ravitej Sistla, Vova Galchenko, Box Inc. From Key Value to Multi Model – Guy Korland, Redis Labs
Microservices Architecture in the Real World – Mason Jones, Credit Karma Automatic Redis Clustering and Pitfalls – Luke Curley, Twitch Complex ephemeral caching with Redis – Jeff Pollard, Strava Integrating Geocoder using Redis – Linda Achieng’ Otieno, Podii HQ
2:00 pm – 2:45 pm Application Sharded Redis with Sentinel vs Redis Cluster: What We Learned – Patrick King, Cory Johannsen, New Relic Programming with Redis – Meir Shpilraien, Redis Labs Implementing Turing-complete Factor Graphs with Redis PubSub – Andrew Tsai, MIT and Vinayak Ramesh, Redpoint Ventures Storing terabytes of data with Redis Cluster and Envoy Proxy – Dmitry Polyakovsky, Oracle Real-time Spatiotemporal Data Processing for Future Mobility ServicesAtsushi Isomura, NTT Redis: Swiss army knife at HackerRank – Kamal Joshi, HackerRank
2:45 pm – 3:00 pm Afternoon Break (Geek Lounge talks, Hands-on Exercises)
3:00 pm – 3:45 pm Serving Deep Learning Models at Scale with Redis -Luca Antiga, Orobix and Guy Korland, Redis Labs Atomicity in Redis – Thomas Hunter II, Intrinsic Work stealing for fun & profit: Making Redis do things you thought it couldn’t do – Jim Nelson, Internet Archive Reinforcement learning on hundreds of thousands of cores – Henrique Pondé de Oliveira Pinto , OpenAI History of Redis replication and future prospects – Zhao Zhao, Alibaba Scaling SQL Write-Master Database Clusters with RedisLabs – Erik Brandsberg, Heimdall Data
4:00 pm – 4:20 pm How Spinnaker uses Redis – Rob Zienert , Netflix Bambleweeny: Redis with HTTP & OAuth – Uli Hitzel, Axway Scaling Redis to 1 Million Ops/sec – Jane, Paek, Redis Labs 5 Lessons from Deploying Redis on Azure for Enterprise Customers – Taimur Rashid, Ye Gu and Carl Dacosta, Microsoft
Serverless + Redis != Statelesss – Avner Braverman, Binaris
Processing Real-time Volcano Seismic Measurements Through Redis – David Chaves , Research Center for Communication and IT. University of Costa Rica
4:35 pm – 4:55 pm How Redis Powers Next-gen of API Platform at millions RPS scale – Guanlan Dai of Kong The Rise of DataOps – SQL on Streams – Andrew Stevenson , Landoop Real-Time Game Health Analytics with WebSockets, Python 3 and Redis PubSub – Benjamin Sergeant, Machine Zone Dyno: Composite Datatypes and Redis Modules – Kishore Kasi, Netflix Stateful Interactions with Redis in Serverless Architecture Pyounguk Cho, Oracle Cloud Memorystore: A fast caching service on Google Cloud Platform – Gopal Ashok , Google
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Happy Hour in Expo Hall (Food and Drinks, Lightning Talks 5:30 pm, Redis Stars Raffle)
Lightning Talks by
Jon Hyman, CTO & Co-Founder, Braze
Dhivya Rajprasad, Data Scientist, Levi Strauss and Company
Shane Carr, Software Engineer, Internationalization, Google


Wednesday, April 3

Day Two Sessions

7:30 am – 9:00 am Registration
9:00 am – 11:00 am Morning Keynotes

  • Ofer Bengal, CEO, Redis Labs
  • Yiftach Shoolman, CTO, Redis Labs
  • Martin Ford, Futurist and Best Selling Author
  • Kevin Miller, Principal Program Manager, Azure IoT Platform
  • Aparna Sinha, Group Product Lead for GKE and K8s at GCP
11:00 am – 11:15 am     Morning Break (Geek Lounge talks, Hands-on Exercises)
Alameda Alcatraz Angel Red Rock Treasure Yerba Buena
11:15 am – 12:00 pm Kubernetes Operators and The Redis Enterprise Journey – Rob Szumski of Red Hat, Michal Rabinowitch, Redis Labs
Flexible integration using Redis Streams in IoT platforms – Aleksandar Novaković & Janko Isidorovic, Mainflux High Performing Distributed Apps using Active-Active – Roshan Kumar and Meir Shpilraien, Redis Labs Redis Enterprise on Optane DC Persistent Memory – Martin Dimitrov, Intel Using Redis to orchestrate cloud-based file transfers at scale – Carlos Justiniano , Flywheel Sports Leveraging Kafka Eco-System for Redis Streams – Sripathi Krishnan , RDBTools
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Lunch (Birds of a Feather tables, Geek Lounge talks & Hands-on Exercises)
1:00 pm – 1:45 pm FaaStRuby: Building a FaaS platform with RedisPaulo Arruda, FaaStRuby Redis Time Series – Danni Moiseyev, Redis Labs CDC replication to Redis from Oracle and MySQL – Basanth Gowda, iVoyant Geo-replicated Databases for Disaster Recovering using CRDT – Jude Cadet, Fiserv
Redis as Job Cache in a Distributed Video Rendering Pipeline – Peter Karp , BuzzFeed Resilient testing at scale using Redis queues – Aaron Evans , Sauce Labs
2:00 pm – 2:45 pm Deep Dive into RedisGraph – Roi Lipman, Redis Labs Edge Compute on Microcontrollers with Redis And Spark – David Rauschenbach, Nubix Container Attached Storage for Redis – Murat Karslioglu of MayaData & Vick Kelkar of Portworx Redis Cluster: Enabling large-scale HPC workflow with Data Broker – Claudia Misale, Lars Schneidenbach, IBM Research Evolving Your Distributed Cache In a Continuous Delivery World – Tyler Van Gorder, Build.com Developing Redis Modules in Rust: Why and How? – Gavrie Philipson, Redis Labs
2:45 pm – 3:00 pm     Afternoon Break (Geek Lounge talks, Hands-on Exercises)
3:00 pm – 3:45 pm Bootiful Spring-Redis Applications – Mario Gray, Pivotal Atom: The Redis Streams-Powered Robotics SDK – Dan Pipe-Mazo , Elementary Robotics Realtime Distributed Tracing for Microservices with RedisJitendra Yadav, Verizon Designing a Cluster Manager and Proxy – Kevin Xiao RediSearch (CRDT + Benchmark) – Meir Shpilraien, Kyle Davis, Redis Labs
Beyond PFCount: Creating a query the redis way with HyperMinHash – Shrif Nada, LiveRamp
4:00 pm – 4:45 pm Redis + Spark Structured Streaming: A Perfect Combination to Scale-out Your Continuous Applications – Roshan Kumar, Redis Labs Edgy Computing: Multi-Cloud Redis Solutions at the Edge – Pedro Pessoa, StackPath and Andre Srinivasan, Redis Labs  Freedom of Movement – Meshes and Relative Motion – Richard Leddy , Copious Systems Techniques to Improve Cache SpeedZohaib Sibte Hassan, DoorDash Redis-SGX: Towards Protecting Redis with Intel SGX – Dmitrii Kuvaiskii, Intel Redis Memory Management Made Simple – Kevin McGehee, Madelyn Olson, AWS
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Happy Hour in Expo Hall (Drinks & Appetizers, Redis Stars Raffle)

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