Run and Scale In-Memory Database with Redis Enterprise on DC/OSRegister
|When:||May 9th, 2017 | 10:00 AM PST|
|Featured Speaker:||Adi Foulger, Solutions Architect, Redis Labs
Joerg Schad, Distributed Systems Engineer, Mesosphere
|Audience:||Redis or/and NoSQL users|
You Will Learn
- How Redis Enterprise (Redise) can be used in high performance operational, analytics or hybrid use cases make scaling data-rich apps simple and reliable.
As companies serve millions of users in real time, data processing speed and scalability become key elements of every successful enterprise app. Redis is an in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker, for high performance operational, analytics, or hybrid use cases. Redis Enterprise enhances open-source deployments with a technology layer to make scaling simple and reliant, protecting against failure and downtime that can threaten productivity and reliability. Performance optimizations within Redis Enterprise ensures applications achieve flawless high performance under any load.
Deploying Redis Enterprise on Mesosphere DC/OS allows enterprises to deploy with one click, upgrade and resize instances with no downtime, and run Redis Enterprise alongside other tools such as Spark for a complete analytics solution. Mesosphere DC/OS is the only production-proven platform that elastically powers containers and data services. Based on Apache Mesos, DC/OS is trusted by Verizon, Autodesk, Charter, Esri and many other Fortune 1000 companies.
In this webinar, you will learn about key use cases for running Redis Enterprise on Mesosphere DC/OS, and see the powerful technologies deployed together in a demo.
Adi Foulger, Solutions Architect, Redis Labs
Adi Foulger is a Solution Architect with Redis Labs. Formerly Head of Strategic Technology Initiatives at Fandango he’s been a key asset in various acquisitions, platform, and product development projects and now as a part of the Redis Labs team working on platform integration technologies such as Pivotal’s Cloud Foundry and Mesos’ DCOS.