Redis has 10 different data structures (String, Hash, List, Set, Sorted Set, Bit Array, Bit Field, Hyperloglog, Geospatial Index, Streams) plus Redis Modules. In this talk, Ted will give 10 examples of how to use these data structures to scale your website. He will start with the basics, such as a SQL cache and User session management. Then he will demonstrate storing user-generated tags, leaderboards and counting things with hyberlog. He will end with a demo of Redis Streams which can be used to scale your Microservices-based architecture.
Ted Haile, with Redis, is a former software developer based out of Southern California. He began his career in Software Engineering, developing enterprise Oracle Applications, before transitioning into a Software Consulting role for both public and commercial entities. More recently, he has moved into a technical field sales role with Redis Labs where I focus on helping customers across all verticals meet their high-performance database needs.