• Building a Prize Draw App with Redis, Node.js and Bulma.

    Please also RSVP on the original Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/ATX-JS/events/268480177/ Building a Prize Draw App with Redis, Node.js and Bulma. (~30 min) Let's see how Redis can be used as an intelligent data store and cache for a Node/Express web application. We'll look at code that uses Redis to register participants, close a draw after a set time period, cache API responses and randomly pick winners. Audience members with GitHub accounts can take part in a draw held during the talk to win a Redis t-shirt. About the speaker: Simon is the Senior Curriculum Engineer at Redis Labs and has been coding since the 1980s. When he’s not teaching the Redis for JavaScript Developers course, you might find him hosting or speaking at a San Diego area meetup. Away from professional life Simon enjoys traveling, cycling, and building devices with microcontrollers. His website is https://simonprickett.dev Additional speakers may be added. If you'd like to give a talk, please fill out the proposal form: https://forms.gle/73WfbMDBt9vp4DQa7

  • RedisConf 2020 - Virtual Conference

    Mountain View

    RedisConf 2020 Takeaway is right around the corner! Join us for the biggest Redis event of the year! Register here - https://redislabs.com/redisconf20/?utm_source=redislabs&utm_medium=direct&utm_campaign=redisstars-meetuppage Redis solution architects, product managers, and community contributors who share your passion for Redis are preparing to deliver valuable content directly to you, wherever you are. Top three reasons to attend RedisConf 2020 Takeaway: -Immerse yourself in a virtual Redis World. Network, learn, and share ideas as a personalized Redis avatar in a virtual landscape of keynotes, training content, live interactions, games, and social activities. -Get exclusive FREE training from Redis experts. May 13 has a full schedule of hands-on training not available anywhere else, including a special Redis Certification Cram workshop to help you ace the certification and become a Redis master. -Learn from Redis experts across the globe. We have a full agenda of over 50 speakers ready to teach you new capabilities and share use cases and tips you didn’t know about Redis. Get all your questions answered with live Q&A and one-on-one consulting sessions with Redis Experts. **The conference sessions will take place PT (16:00 UTC) P.S. Have you heard about the Rediscover Redis competition? Three winners will receive a Valve Index VR kit, plus we will make a $100 donation to the World Health Organization for every entry. (https://events.redislabs.com/rediscover-redis-competition/?utm_source=redislabs&utm_medium=direct&utm_campaign=redisstars-meetuppage)

  • Intro to Redis Commands and Data Structures (Virtual Meetup)

    Talk: Intro to Redis Commands and Data Structures Abstract: Open Source Redis is not only the fastest NoSQL database but it is the most used database on AWS according to SumoLogic. Redis speeds up just about every data interaction between your users or operational systems. Join Dave in this talk where he shares the data structures and commands used to speed up applications and solve everyday use cases that are driving Redis' popularity. Agenda: 4:00 - 4:05 pm Settle In 4:05 - 4:10 pm Intro to Holberton School 4:10 - 5:10 pm "Intro to Redis Commands and Data Structures" - Dave Nielsen 5:10 - 5:30 pm Wrap up

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  • Evolving Data Analysis with RediSearch & Elastic Machine Learning & Data Frames

    ⭐️ REGISTER HERE: https://www.meetup.com/Elasticsearch-San-Francisco/events/264618015/ At this months event we have teamed up with Redis Meetup group to bring you two talks one related to Elastic and one Related to Redis Talk1: Evolving Data Analysis with Elastic Machine Learning and Data Frames by Tarik Bennett Summary Version 7.3 of the Elastic Stack introduced a powerful new feature — continuous index transforms! Transforms let you convert existing Elasticsearch indices into new summarized secondary indices, which opens doors to new insights and analytics. In this talk, we'll discuss how Elastic helps you evolve your analysis with both anomaly detection and creating indices that summarize behavior by entity. Bio Tarik Bennett is a Senior Solutions Architect at Elastic. He joined Elastic as part of the Swiftype team in 2017 where he focused on our Search Solutions. Tarik has a passion for search in all its various forms. From building simple web interfaces to applications in deep learning. He has a diverse background in both client-facing and technical roles. He holds a B.S. in Neurobiology from University of California, Davis. Talk2: Introduction to RediSearch by Kyle Davis Summary RediSearch is a Full-Text and Secondary Index engine running as a module inside of Redis. It has advanced features, like exact phrase matching and numeric filtering for text queries, that are not possible or efficient with traditional Redis search approaches. It also features aggregations, which is an incredibly powerful feature for a real-time search. Aggregations allow for data to not only be queried, but summarized mathematically to gain analytical insight. In this talk, Kyle Davis will give a brief crash course in RediSearch query and aggregations as well as several demonstrations. Bio Kyle Davis is a full-stack architect and Head of Developer Advocacy at Redis Labs. He has written extensively on Node.js and Redis, including his 33 chapter Node Redis series of blog posts here: https://medium.com/@stockholmux/the-node-redis-series-e812085c917f. Kyle holds a BS from University of Southern Indiana and a Masters of Science from the University of Central Missouri. BIG THANK YOU to Doximity (http://doximity.com/) for sponsoring this event and hosting us. Agenda 6.00pm - Networking 6.45pm - Welcome to Elastic Meetup (Salar Rahmanian) & Welcome to Redis Meetup (Dave Nielsen) 6.50pm - Introduction to RediSearch (Kyle Davis) 7.30pm - Evolving Data Analysis with Elastic Machine Learning and Data Frames (Tarik Bennett) 8.15pm - Announcements and who is hiring (Salar Rahmanian) 8.20pm - Networking till end of event REGISTER HERE: https://www.meetup.com/Elasticsearch-San-Francisco/events/264618015/ REGISTER HERE: https://www.meetup.com/Elasticsearch-San-Francisco/events/264618015/

  • .NET Cloud-Native Bootcamp

    Microsoft Technology Center

    .NET developers haven't had access to the capabilities necessary to become cloud-native (better software, faster) .... until now. To attend, you must register at https://bit.ly/303x7XT Join Pivotal and Redis Labs in this one-day bootcamp. You will learn exactly how to create cloud-native applications with .NET. You'll hear about patterns and anti-patterns, and then put hands on the keyboard to put best practices into action. We’ll talk about .NET Framework, .NET Core, Pivotal Cloud Foundry on Microsoft Azure, with Redis and the exciting new Steeltoe library for microservices. Whether your .NET apps are staying on-premises or moving to a public cloud, these principles will help you build more scalable, resilient, and adaptable systems that drive your competitive advantage. Exclusively for this workshop: How do .NET developers interact with the database to influence application development? With a developer-loved, yet operationally reliable database (Redis). Our friends from Redis Labs will demo a database running on Azure with the flexibility of cloud native, plus the operational resilience. By the end of the day, you’ll get exposed to what you need for refactoring existing .NET apps, and building entirely new ones in a cloud-native way. Join us in San Francisco for a great day together! Who should attend: .NET developers with 1+ years of experience writing web-based applications. Azure, Redis and Pivotal Cloud Foundry experience is not required. Bring a laptop with … A code IDE or editor for .NET apps (e.g. Visual Studio 2017, Visual Studio Code). Visual Studio Code is a free download - https://code.visualstudio.com/download CF command line tool installed - https://docs.cloudfoundry.org/cf-cli/install-go-cli.html#installer Agenda 8:30-9:00 AM Arrival, Networking and Breakfast 9:00-9:15 AM The need to be good at software. Some brief examples and data points to highlight the growing importance of delivering a compelling software experience. 9:15-10:00 AM Microservices, and decomposing the monolith. A look at what microservices are, and how people start to create a microservices architecture out of a monolithic app. 10:00-10:15 AM What does "cloud-native" mean? Define “cloud-native” and look at key criteria for building apps in a cloudy way. 10:15-10:30 AM Break 10:30-11:15 AM Introducing Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF). Why run PCF on Azure? What role do “platforms” play in a cloud-native environment? We’ll look at PCF and its core components. 11:15-11:30 AM Q & A 11:30-12:30 PM Don’t let your database be the bottleneck. Redis Labs will demonstrate why in cloud development, deciding the operating model for databases matters just as much as how to build apps quickly, scale them, and keep them up and running. 12:30-1:00 PM Lunch and short address by Magenic 1:00-4:30 PM Hands On Labs: Build .NET Core apps and run them on Pivotal Application Services for Windows (PASW). Use the Steeltoe framework to implement actuators and cloud connectors to make use of environment variables and app instances. Bind your .NET app to Azure SQL using the Azure Service Broker, to combine the best of PASW and the Azure Cloud. 4:30-4:45 PM Begin Your Cloud-Native Journey: - Options for self-learning through the Steeltoe sample apps and Pivotal Web Services Speakers Prasad Bopardikar - Partner Solutions Architect, Pivotal. Prasad works with customers and partners worldwide in implementing solutions supporting micro services architecture with Cloud Foundry and Spring. Robert Sirchia - Lead Consultant Cloud Practice Lead, Magenic Robert is one of Magenic’s two Cloud Practice Leads, heading up the Magenic Pivotal Practice Adi Foulger - Principal Architect, Redis Labs. Adi leads Redis Labs' platform integration initiatives around offerings such as PCF and Kubernetes. Have questions? or want more information? please email James Calvert at jcalvert @ pivotal.io. To attend, you must register at https://bit.ly/303x7XT

  • RedisConf19

    Pier 27 Event Venue

    Redisconf19 is at Pier 27 in San Francisco on April 2-3rd. Workshop is the day before (April 1st). Register for $39 at http://redisconf.com

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  • Redis Streams & Real-time AI

    Cloudflare - HQ

    Redis Streams and Real-time AI at the Edge is organized by Redis Labs and Pipeline AI Agenda: 6:00 pm Registration Open 7:00 pm Introduction & Demo by Redis Labs 7:15 pm Lightning Talks - Redis and TensorflowJS - Redis at the Edge with EdgeX Foundry - Real-time Analytics with Twitter Feed - Real Time Image Recognition streamed to Smartphone 8:30 pm Wrap-up Sponsors: * Redis Labs * EdgeX Foundry * CloudFlare To participate in this event, contact Dave Nielsen at [masked] or via Twitter @davenielsen More Info: Redis Streams: http://bit.ly/2M60Lby

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  • Redis-ML, Deep-Learning and Scale

    Pubnub

    The May meeting of the San Francisco Redis Meetup will kick off a series of meetups on machine learning, statistic, and data analysis/data science. The first meetup in the series with be a joint talk featuring Tague Griffith from Redis Labs talking on Redis-ML and Malo Marrec the co-founder of Clusterone speaking on deep learning and distributed training. Malo's Talk: A Tale of Scale - Speeding up Deep Learning with Distributed Training Developing and training distributed deep learning models at scale is challenging. We will show how to overcome these challenges and successfully build and train a distributed deep neural network with TensorFlow. First, we will present deep learning on distributed infrastructure and cover various concepts such as experiment parallelism, model parallelism and data parallelism. Then, we will discuss limitations and challenges of each approach. Later, we will demonstrate hands on how to build and train distributed deep neural networks using TensorFlow GRPC (parameter and worker servers) on Clusterone. Tague's Talk: Making Real-Time Predictive Decisions with Redis-ML Most of the energy and attention in machine learning focused on the model training side of the problem. Multiple frameworks, in every language, provide developers with access to a host of data manipulation and training algorithms, but until recently developers had virtually no frameworks to build out predictive engines from trained ML models. Most developers resorted to building custom applications, but building highly available, highly performant applications is difficult. Redis in conjunction with the Redis-ML module provides a server framework for developers to build predictive engines with familiar, off-the-shelf components. 6:00 - 6:30 pm - Food and Networking 6:30 - 7:45 pm - Talks 7:45 - 8:00 pm - Q & A, Wrapup, and Networking We'll have some cool giveaways at the end of the meetup, so be sure to show up - it will be a great night.

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  • SQL No, Beer Yes!

    Brewcade

    Let's pre-game RedisConf18 with The Silicon Valley Redis Meetup for some video games at San Francisco's Brewcade! Meet fellow Redis Geeks over drinks and snacks and get a preview of all the cool things planned for RedisConf18. We'll get the conference app on your phone and have a few Redis IoT kits to give away to lucky attendees. Come join us, it will be great fun and a chance to meet fellow Redis enthusiasts prior to the conference. ps. We'll also be talking about our plans for a series of meetups on machine learning and data science starting in May.

  • Redis Developer Workshop

    Plug & Play Sunnyvale

    I will be teaching a Redis Developer Workshop at Plug and Play in Sunnyvale open to any interested developers. The workshop will cover Redis data structures, performance, transactions, and the new module system in Redis 4.0. The workshop is free but you must pre-register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/redis-enterprise-workshop-silicon-valley-tickets-41926072010 to reserve a spot.