Redis Labs kommer til København d. 5 April.
De kommer for at vise det fulde potentiale med Redis.
Hvis du bruger Redis eller anden NoSQL database og vil vide mere om hvordan man inkorporerer data strukturer og moduler for at simplificere dine applikationer – så kom og hør med.
Workshoppen afdækker flere af Redis Enterprise programmeringsemner såsom
- Redis Enterprise Database Architecture
- Transactions and Pipelining
- Consistency and Durability
- Redis Modules (Search, JSON, Machine Learning)
- Redis Enterprise Flash
Workshoppen foregår d. 5 april, 2018 kl. 09-15
Sydhavns Plads 15
Der vil være gratis morgenmad og frokost. Skynd dig, der er begrænsede pladser.
tilmelding til workshop
Mere om RedisLabs
Redis Labs is the home of open source Redis and commercial provider of Redis Enterprise , the world’s most popular in-memory database platform for transactional, analytics and hybrid deployments. Redis Enterprise is available, both as a service in major public, private and hybrid clouds, as well as downloadable software, powering e-commerce, mobile, social, personalization and other real-time applications.
The high performance, true high availability and seamless scaling of Redis Enterprise enhance popular Redis use cases including high speed transactions, job & queue management, user session stores, real time data ingest, notifications, content caching and time-series data.
Redis, a database benchmarked as the world’s fastest, reduces application complexity, simplifies development, accelerates time to market and provides unprecedented flexibility to developers with its visionary data structures and modules. Redis has been voted the most loved database, rated the #1 cloud database, #1 database on Docker, #1 NoSQL datastore and fastest growing NoSQL database.
Redis Labs, consistently ranked as a leader in top analyst reports on NoSQL, in-memory databases, operational databases, and database-as-a-service, manages hundreds of thousands of databases on its cloud services. Its Rediseplatform has been adopted by over 8,000 enterprises, including three of the four credit card issuers and several Fortune 100 listed US companies, such as three of the top five communications, three of the top five healthcare, six of the top eight technology, and three of the top seven retail providers.