Scaling Data Size with Redis Enterprise at Near-RAM Latencies: Redis Enterprise Flash
|When:||April 13th, 2017 | 9:00 AM PST|
|Featured Speaker:||Cihan Biyikoglu, VP Product Management, Redis Labs|
|Audience:||Redis or/and NoSQL users|
You Will Learn
- How Redis uses flash as a RAM extension
- How Redis Enterprise compares to other disk-based systems such as RDBMS engines or some of the other NoSQL databases like MongoDB or Cassandra.
Storing large data sets in 100s of GBs or TBs can be expensive with Redise, you can now store large datasets on flash with better economics with Redise Flash. Applications can maintain much better latencies with Redise Flash compared to disk-based databases.
Cihan Biyikoglu, VP Product Management, Redis Labs
Cihan is a big data enthusiast who brings over twenty years of experience to Redis Labs’ product team. Cihan started his career as a C/C++ developer. Most recently, Cihan was Dir. of Product Management at Couchbase, responsible for the Couchbase Server product. Cihan was also part of the team in Redmond, WA that launched Azure public cloud platform at Microsoft. He also delivered a number of versions of SQL Server product suite. Previously Cihan worked on Informix and Illustra database products that were later acquired by IBM.
Cihan holds a number of patents in the database filed and has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and a Master of Science in Database Systems.