We are now, simply, Redis
Fall has finally hit the Bay Area. There’s a definite chill in the late afternoon when Karl starts rolling over the hills. Even with the holidays fast approaching, the team here at Redis will be at a bunch of different events all over the US and Europe.
As part of a whirlwind tour of London, Redis will be a part of Big Data London on Nov. 15th and 16th. Our CMO, Manish Gupta and our Head of Developer Advocacy, Tague Griffith will be speaking at the conference. Stateside, you can catch our team at QCon in San Francisco Nov. 13th through the 15th, Spark Live: Chicago on the 16th, and AWS:reInvent 2017 at the end of the month in Las Vegas. We will also be speaking at a couple of different camps in this year’s OpenCamps event in Midtown Manhattan.
There are two training events you can take advantage of this month. We will be hosting two Redis Enterprise Developer Workshops. These free workshops explain the architecture of Redis Enterprise, demonstrate how to use several Redis data structures, and show how to manage concurrency with transactions. For those of you in the San Francisco Bay area, RSVP for our Sunnyvale event at the Plug and Play Tech Center on Thursday, November 9th. Londoners can RSVP for our London event at CodeNode on Monday, November 13th. Pre-registration is required and space is limited, so sign up today.
Due to the holidays, many of our meetups are taking this month off. Both the San Francisco and Seattle Redis meetups are taking a break this month, but the Silicon Valley Redis Meetup will have its regular meeting on Wednesday, November 8th at Hacker Dojo in Sunnyvale. Roland Lee of Heimdall Data will be talking about the performance benefits of using Redis for SQL auto-caching.
After a hiatus, the London NoSQL meetup is holding an event on Tuesday, November 14th to learn more about the Redis 4.0 release and the upcoming Redis Enterprise 5.0 release. We are also hosting a joint meetup with the Los Angeles Cloud Foundry group at the Pivotal offices in Santa Monica on Tuesday, November 7th.
Whether you just stop by one of our conference booths or you join us for a whole day of training, we hope to see you this month!
Photo courtesy of Bhautik Joshi.