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Presentation: Redis for Microservices Using Kubernetes

Track: Sponsored Solutions Track IV

Location: Seacliff ABC

Duration: 10:35am - 11:25am

Day of week: Wednesday

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Abstract

In microservices architecture pattern, most microservices need to persist data in some kind of database. Redis, an in-memory NoSQL database, can be used to keep each microservice’s persistent data private and accessible across POD failure events. Redis is ideal for frontend microservices as well as backend microservices using built-in pub/sub capabilities and data-structures like key-value, queues, hashes and streams. In this talk, we will describe the multi-model Redis approach to unlock solutions through Redis modules like RediSearch, ReJSON, Redis Graph and other modules. We will show how to bind your microservices application to a Redis Enterprise cluster running on a Kubernetes cluster. For the demo, we will highlight linear scalability, delivering an additional 1M+ ops/sec for every node you add to the cluster while maintaining sub-millisecond latency.

Speaker: Vick Kelkar

Global Technology Manager @RedisLabs

Vick is a Global Technology Manager on Partnerships team at Redis Labs. In the last few years, he has focused on developing product and partnerships for microservice and platforms like PCF, PKS, Docker and Kubernetes

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