• 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

  • 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

  • Redis-ML, Deep-Learning and Scale


    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.

  • SQL No, Beer Yes!


    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.

  • Increase Application Performance with SQL Auto-Caching

    Join us for the first San Francisco meetup of 2018! To start out the year, we will feature Rolland Lee of Heimdall Data talking on using SQL auto-caching to introduce the benefits of caching with no code changes. Increase Application Performance with SQL Auto-Caching Configuring caches is complex. Engineering teams spend a lot of resources building and maintaining cache subsystems. It requires manual intervention (i.e. what to cache and invalidate) which is risky. Now there is a solution that provides granular SQL analytics while safely auto-caching into RedisLabs. Heimdall Data intelligently caches, invalidates and synchronizes across cache nodes. No more misconfigurations or stale data. There are zero changes required for your existing application or database. AGENDA: 6:00 - 7:00 pm Happy Hour and Food 7:00 - 8:00 Increase Application Performance with SQL Auto-Caching 8:00 - 8:30 p.m. Networking and Follow-up At the end of the meetup, we will be holding a drawing for attendees to win one of three Adafruit IoT starter packages. Food and drink will be provided for happy hour. Roland Lee (@heimdalldata) Roland Lee's background is in application networking. He has been a developer and product manager in various startups and large companies. All through his career, his industry focus has been to increase the performance of Internet user data.

  • Redis 4.0 and Redis Enterprise


    This month Cihan Biyikoglu (@cihangirb) from Redis Labs will be talking to us about the new features in OSS Redis 4.0 and the replication features available in Redis Enterprise 5.0. Join us for a fun night of food and technology at Mixmax's San Francisco Office. AGENDA: 6:00-7:00 pm Happy Hour 7:00 - 8:00 Main Talk 8:00-8:30 p.m. Networking and Follow-up A big thank you to our host Mixmax for hosting this meetup.

  • Redis and Pivotal Cloud Foundry Joint Meetup

    Pivotal Labs

    This month we are putting on a joint meetup with the San Francisco Pivotal Cloud Foundry User's Group to learn about the Pivotal Cloud Foundry and how Redis can be used in PCF. Join us for a fun night of food and technology at Pivotal's San Francisco Office. AGENDA: 6:00-7:00 pm Happy Hour 7:00 - 7:30 pm Jacques Malan (@malanj) - Google Tensorflow and Deep Neural Networks (and Redis) on PCF 7:30 - 8:00 pm Roshan Kumar (@roshankumar) - Fast Data Ingest with Redis 8:00 - 8:10 pm Kyle Davis (@stockholmux) - Running Redis on PCF 8:10-8:30 p.m. Networking and Follow-up Food and drinks will be provided for happy hour. We will be giving away a couple of remote-controlled copters at the end of the evening to attendees and will have lots of swag for everyone. A big thank you to our sponsors: Pivotal (https://pivotal.io) and Redis Labs (https://redislabs.com/) for making this meetup possible.

  • Silicon Valley August Meetup

    Hacker Dojo

    All members of the SF Redis meetup are welcome to join us for the August SV Redis Meetup at Hacker Dojo in Santa Clara. Please RSVP at: https://www.meetup.com/sv-redis/events/241913567/

  • August Meetup

    Imgur Headquarters

    We want to revive this meetup and make it a great event that everyone looks forward to, if you have topic ideas or are interested in speaking, please get in touch with the organizers. This month we are being hosted by the DevOps team at Imgur. We have two speakers for the evening Seandon Mooy, of Imgur, giving an encore presentation of his RedisConf17 presentation on Streaming Logs and Processing View Counts using Redis Cluster. The second talk of the evening is on Redis Caching by author and speaker Thomas Hunter II. Thomas has recently published his third book Advanced Microservices (https://www.amazon.com/Advanced-Microservices-Hands-Microservice-Infrastructure/dp/1484228863/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=sl1&tag=tlhunter-20&linkId=6e2f4891cb54751dbc559434cf8695e0) and will be giving away a copy of the book to a lucky attendee at the end of the evening. Join use for a fun night of food and Redis at Imgur Headquarters. AGENDA: 6:00-7:00 pm Happy Hour 7:00 - 7:30 pm Streaming Logs and Processing Views - Seandon Mooy 7:30 - 8:00 pm Thomas Hunter 8:00-8:30 p.m. Networking and Q&A Food and drinks will be provided for happy hour. A big thank you to our sponsors: Imgur (http://imgur.com/about) and Redis Labs (https://redislabs.com/) for making this meetup possible.