Percona Live 2017 Open Source Database Conference

April 24 - 27, 2017

Santa Clara, California

Deep Dive on Achieving High Performance and Scale with Redis

Deep Dive on Achieving High Performance and Scale with Redis

 24 April - 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ Room 204
Experience level: 
3 hours tutorial


Redis enables your MySQL or MongoDB environment to grow in scale and complexity without compromising on your applications’ real-time needs. Redis is an ultra-high performing in-memory, NoSQL database platform commonly used as a database, cache, and message broker. In this session, you will learn how to program your applications to use Redis, and how to leverage it for use cases such as session store, content cache, real-time transactions, job and queue management, real-time analytics, search engine, and more.


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Roshan Kumar

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Redis Labs


Roshan has extensive experience in Product Marketing, Product Management, and Software Development. Most recently he worked as a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In the past, Roshan has worked in many successful Silicon Valley startups – ZillionTV, Salorix, Alopa, and ActiveVideo to name a few. Roshan is a hands-on software developer. He designed and developed, an online platform that hosts a computer programming course for young students, with Node.js, jQuery and MongoDB. Roshan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Bangalore University, India, and MBA from Santa Clara University, California, USA.

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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. In his free time he's a fan of road biking, good whiskey and tinkering with IOT toys.

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