Applications today require a total response time of 100 milliseconds. In order to achieve this, your database must be able to perform at sub-millisecond response times. There is only one database to meet this new digital age demand with the least resources, Redis.
Why Redis? As one of the top 3 databases chosen by developers, Redis gained popularity as the most high-performing caching solution on the market. Today, it’s capabilities reach far beyond caching, including real-time analytics, high-speed transactions, a message broker, job queue management and more. As the fastest database on the market today, Redis also has many attractive data types and commands for powering modern applications.
|December 13th, 2016
|David Maitland, VP Sales EMEA, Redis
Kamran Yousaf, Solution Architect, Redis
|Redis and NoSQL Users
David Maitland has a track record of launching technology start-up companies into the EMEA region, he also is a proven sales executive with experience at several of the world’s most influential enterprise technology providers. Before Redis, he was the General Manager for Couchbase, Inc. EMEA where he was responsible for building the EMEA business from its inception, resulting in Couchbase gaining customers from some of the largest brands across the region. Prior to joining Couchbase, he was the EMEA Sales Director for Terracotta Inc, where he was responsible for building the EMEA business from scratch, which grew rapidly resulting in being acquired by Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW). David also held positions at Oracle Corporation where he was responsible for driving the Middleware business for Financial Services, also Sun Microsystems and Progress Software.
David holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Distributed Information Systems and a Higher National Diploma from the University of East London, United Kingdom.
Kamran Yousaf is a Solution Architect at Redis with more than sixteen years experience in varied roles and technologies. He specialises in development of distributed, high performance, low latency architectures. During this time he has worked with a wide range of technologies and architectures from rule based development, grid and low latency application to enterprise file sync and share. Most recently he was VP engineering at a UK startup SME, a leader in enterprise file sync and share. Previously he has worked at GigaSpaces, BEA and Versata.