Microsoft SQL Server is a widely deployed relational database. Relational databases can be expensive, especially when you have demanding application performance requirements. Caching is a popular mechanism used to accelerate response times and help applications scale while reducing the load on RDBMS-es, and save on resources.
Redis is a widely used in-memory NoSQL database, which can be used as a database, cache and message broker. Join this webinar to learn how to get started with Microsoft SQL server and enterprise grade Redis from Redis, ( in the form of downloadable software Redis Enterprise Cluster or fully managed service, Redis Cloud).
|When:||September, 13th, 2016|
|Featured Speaker:||Lynn Langit, Cloud Architect|
|Audience:||.NET Developers or Microsoft SQL users|
Lynn Langit is an independent Cloud Architect. In addition to her production work on enterprise systems, Lynn also speaks, writes and educates on Cloud and Big Data topics world-wide. She has been recognized for her technical education work by many major vendors. Lynn is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP, Amazon Community Hero and Google Cloud Developer Expert. Her blog is at www.lynnlangit.com