Redis Demystified | Big Data Demystified

We had a pleasure of hosting Itamar Haber, Technology Evangelist from Redis Labs

Bio: a self proclaimed “Redis Geek”, Itamar is the Technology Evangelist at Redis Labs, the home of open source Redis, the world’s fastest NoSQL Database. He is also the former Chief Developer Advocate, evangelising Redis to thousands of developers. Before that, he spent most of his life around tiny, medium-sized and big data.

What you will learn in this session:

we’ll have an open discussion about Redis, the open-source in-memory data structures server. While most of the time I’ll do the talking/demoing, the audience is encouraged to participate 🙂 Among the things I plan to cover are:
* What is Redis – spirit, design, history and some trivia
* An overview of Redis’ basic data structures – Strings, Hashes, Lists, Sets, Sorted Sets
* Using Redis as a cache and as a primary database – common patterns
* A couple of words about data persistence and availability
* The HyperLogLog – coolest niche data structure ever
* Composing and extending – a little bit about Lua scripts and Redis modules
* A dive into Redis v5’s Streams

Big Data Demystified | A Polylog about Redis

Sunday, Mar 3, 2019, 6:00 PM

investing
hashelosha st 2, Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv-Yafo Tel Aviv-Yafo, al

103 Members Went

Agenda: 18:00 networking and gathering 18:30 “A Polylog about Redis” , Itamar Haber 19:15 “Serverless data pipeline” , Michael Haberman Lecturer : Itamar Haber, Technology Evangelist Bio: a self proclaimed “Redis Geek”, Itamar is the Technology Evangelist at Redis Labs, the home of open source Redis, the world’s fastest NoSQL Database. He is also t…

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