Using a microservice architecture, we can supercharge session storage and unlock its ability to use advanced, probabilistic data types that can do otherwise impractical things. We will build a microservice in Node.js that both collects data and serves fresh content, based on probabilistic analysis. This microservice can be integrated with any language and web server framework that supports Redis and the middleware pattern.
|May 1st, 2018 | 9:00 am
|Kyle Davis, Techincal Marketing Manager, Redis
|Redis and NoSQL Users
Kyle Davis is the Technical Marketing Manager at Redis. Before joining Redis, he worked as an independent full-stack architect and code quality consultant. Kyle has written extensively on Node.js and Redis.
Kyle holds a Bachelors of Science in Computer Publishing & Telecommunications from the University of Southern Indiana and a Masters of Science in College Student Personnel Administration from the University of Central Missouri.