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August 17, 2015 11:48 ET

NoSQL Now!: Redis Lab's Chief Technology Officer to Present on the Top Reasons to Use In-Memory NoSQL

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 17, 2015) - Redis Labs, the commercial Redis provider, today announced the chief technology officer (CTO) and co-founder, Yiftach Shoolman, will be presenting the session "Top Reasons to Use In-memory NoSQL" with Andrew Spencer, Director of technology at Stance.com. The session will be held at the NoSQL Now! conference in San Jose, California.

This session will discuss how in-memory NoSQL is being used as a critical layer in the stack of modern applications built for high performance and user-responsiveness. Yiftach will provide insight into which use cases benefit most from in-memory NoSQL and how this use can be made extremely cost effective.

Andrew will describe how Stance, a pioneer of the modern retail experience, architected its website for optimal user experience that can handle thousands of simultaneous requests with sub-millisecond latency using the MEANR stack (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.JS and Redis).

What:
NoSQL Now! Session: Top Reasons to Use In-memory NoSQL (Case study by Stance)

Who:
Yiftach Shoolman, CTO and co-founder Redis Labs
Andrew Spencer, director of technology, Stance.com

Where:
San Jose Convention Center
150 West San Carlos St.
San Jose, California 95113

When:
Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 from 10-10:45 a.m. PT

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About Redis Labs
Redis Labs, the open source home and the commercial provider of Redis, a database benchmarked as the world's fastest, powers cutting edge applications with blazing fast enterprise-class Redis. Our software and service solutions are trusted by thousands of developers and enterprise customers for high performance, infinite scalability, true high availability and best-in-class expertise. These solutions enhance popular Redis use cases such as real-time analytics, fast high-volume transactions, in-app social functionality, application job management and caching.

Redis, an open-source, in-memory NoSQL database, was created in 2009 by Salvatore Sanfilippo -- Redis Labs' lead for open-source development. Redis has been ranked the fastest growing database since January 2013 and among the top three NoSQL databases by DB-engines; the most popular NoSQL database in containers by DevOps.com and ClusterHQ and is ranked twelfth among most popular among developer tools & services in 2014, according to Stackshare.

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