If your application stores data in MySQL or any other relational database, you’ll benefit a lot by inserting Redis in between your application and the database. By using Redis as a front-end database you can:
1. Boost your application’s performance with minimal code changes
2. Innovate faster; introduce new features and functions faster than ever before
3. Scale your application with fewer additional resources
4. Perform real-time analytics using built-in data structures of Redis
Join this webinar to learn how you can complement MySQL with Redis. Get tips for designing look-aside and write-through caching solutions, session stores, and rate-limiters.
|February 27th, 2018 | 9:00 am
|Roshan Kumar, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Redis
|Redis and NoSQL Users
Roshan Kumar is a Product Management at Redis. He has extensive experience in software development and marketing in the technology sector. In the past, Roshan has worked at Hewlett-Packard, and many successful Silicon Valley startups – ZillionTV, Salorix, Alopa, and ActiveVideo to name a few. As an enthusiastic programmer, he designed and developed mindzeal.com, an online platform hosting computer programming courses for young students. Roshan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, and MBA from Santa Clara University, California, USA.