Webinar
The Advantages of Redis as an In-Memory Database for Low-Latency Applications
| On-Demand |
presenter
Presenter
Brett Orr
General Manager Bigmate

About This Webinar

In-memory databases like Redis are able to store and react to changes in your data in order of magnitude faster than even databases that store data on solid-state drives, allowing single thread benchmark speeds of over 140,000 storage operations in under 1 millisecond, and the same number of reads in under 0.1 milliseconds on consumer-grade hardware. This raw speed advantage enables in-memory databases to address a different set of use cases like intelligent caching, accelerated user experiences, and adaptive traffic shaping. In-memory databases can persist data on disks by storing each operation in a log or by taking snapshots.

This webinar will get you to understand the impact of latency on various aspects of your business, understand the leading and most loved open source in-memory database, and the architectural patterns for its deployment.

Join us for this upcoming webinar as we discuss the research around the impact of latency on various types of applications and business processes. We will also explore:

  • Latency’s effect on revenue
  • Latency’s effect on engagement
  • Latency’s effect on productivity
  • An overview of open source Redis
  • An overview of in-memory database architecture patterns


Who should attend?
This webinar unites both the business impacts and technology and contains useful information for business leaders through to application developers. Suggested attendees:

  • VP of Data or Infrastructure
  • Director of Data Platforms
  • IT Administrators
  • Application Developers

Presenter:
Tom Griffiths
Product Manager



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