Redis is the Database for the Instant Experience.
Modern businesses depend on the power of real-time data. Redis Labs is the home of Redis, the world’s most popular in-memory database, and commercial provider of Redis Enterprise that delivers superior performance, matchless reliability and unparalleled flexibility for personalization, machine learning, IoT, search, ecommerce, social and metering solutions worldwide.
Redis Technical Training Day
This one day training covers both existing and new Redis data structures. You will learn about the internals of Redis, common use cases, tips and tricks and more. A lab environment will be provided for trying out the things you learn – as well as to do hands-on exercises. Advanced topics such as clustering, high availability, active-active setup with Redis will also be covered in detail. At the end of the day you will know what are the best practises for your Redis implementations so you and your teams can start coding!
This training is free of charge, but number of seats is limited. Please reserve your seat quickly. Training is held using showcases and demoing.
Prior experience or understanding of Redis datatypes is required. Basic understanding of NoSQL Database concept will help in overall understanding of concepts and similarities between databases. Familiarity with Python language is highly recommended. Virtual machines (cloud-based lab environment) will be provided, but attendees must bring their laptops (Windows/Mac/Linux) for the hands-on exercises.
We will have additional breaks during the day.
|09:00||Registration & Coffee|
Program subject to modifications
Trainer: Vassilis Stathopoulos
Vassilis has extensive knowledge about Redis and has delivered tens of Redis-based projects since 2012. He has been offering Internet services and building web applications since 1995 and has delivered hundreds of online applications since.
He has built multiple real-time applications with Redis for financial sector (payments, blockchain, banking), anti-fraud systems, trading platforms as well as typical web applications that utilise Redis as a shared in-memory datastore for microservices.
Currently he is developing applications that heavily utilise Redis streams for event sourcing and CQRS at scale.
Dates & Locations
IBM, Kongevejen 495B, Holte
IBM, Sundtkvartalet, Lakkegata 53, Oslo
IBM, Kistagången 6, Kista
IBM, Laajalahdentie 23, Helsinki
For further information or feedback please contact: events[at]nordicmind.com