Today I gave a talk at HDC15 entitled, You Should Be Using Redis
It covered all the basic data structures and many commands, as well as replication, sentinel and cluster. I had a great time even though I was terrified.
Unfortunately, near the end of my talk Keynote froze and I lost the recording of the slideshow and audio, so I don't have that to share.
Instead, here are the slides, as well as slides+presenter notes. Hopefully my notes don't contain anything embarrassing.
Here are some links I used to create this talk;
- Redis Website
- Windows Port
- How to take advantage of Redis just adding it to your stack
- An update on the Memcached/Redis benchmark
- Auto Complete with Redis
Thanks for having me HDC! If anyone else in Omaha/Lincoln wants to hear a ~45 minute talk about Redis, let me know.