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At RedisConf 2017, you'll get to:
  • Learn from key Redis contributors
  • Share your knowledge and experience
  • Dive deep into Redis with the experts
  • Gain insight into companies running Redis at scale
  • Discover upcoming innovations in Redis
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$499
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$749
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Keynote Speakers

Creator of Redis
Salvatore Sanfilippo
Co-Founder & CTO
Yiftach Shoolman Redis Labs
Field CTO
Joshua McKenty Pivotal, Inc.
CEO & Co-founder
Charity Majors Honeycomb.io
Founder of Eventuate.io, Author of POJOs in Action
Chris Richardson Eventuate.io
Managing Director
Salil Deshpande Bain Capital Ventures
Staff Developer Adovcate
Kelsey Hightower Google
Chief Architect
Reynold Xin Databricks

Session Speakers

High Performance Encryption for On-premise, Cloud & Hybrid Redis Labs Environments
Jim Vogt Zettaset CEO
Supporting your Microservices with Redis - 3 languages, 3 scenarios
Kevin Hoffman Capital One Lead Software Engineer, Commercial Innovation
Geospatial Indexing At Scale: the 10 Million QPS Redis Architecture Powering Lyft
Daniel Hochman Lyft Platform Engineer
Using Redis at scale at Twitter
Rashmi Ramesh Twitter Inc Senior Software Engineer
Operationalizing Redis At Scale
Brian Ip Square Software Engineer
Machine Learning in Real Time with Redis-ML
Shay Nativ RedisLabs Software Engineer
Reusable Distributed Data Infrastructure with Dynomite
Ioannis Papapanagiotou Netflix Sr. Software Architect
Redis Open Source vNext
Salvatore Sanfilipo Open Source Redis Open Source Lead
Implementation patterns to leverage Redis to turbo-charge existing (Legacy) applications
Hari Ramamurthy Home Depot Distinguished Engineer
Case Study: Redis Cluster at Flickr (Yahoo!)
Sean Perkins Flickr/Yahoo Sr. Operations Engineer
Explosion of the Data at the Edge in Equinix
Venkatachalam Rangasamy Equinix Principal Software Architect
Redis-Cluster Operability with Kubernetes and OpenShift
Cedric Lamoriniere Amadeus Software Developer
Running a Machine Learning Data Store on Redis Labs
Jay Johnson Levvel Principal Consultant
Node, Redis, and You!
Thomas Hunter II OpenTable Principal Software Engineer
Geofencing using Redis geospatial queries
Matthew Hicks Appboy Software Developer
How Roblox keeps millions of users up to date with Redis Pub/Sub
Peter Phillips Roblox Senior Software Engineer
Redis as JSON store
Itamar Haber Redis Labs Chief OSS Education Officer
The Tale of the Real Estate Brokerage and the In-memory Database
Robert Gay Redfin Principal Engineer
Too Big To Failover
Aaron Pollack Napster Sr. SDE
Utilizing redis in a high traffic adtech stack
Rahul Babbar Times Internet Ltd Chief Manager 2, Technology
Ice wine, Redis, Microcontrollers, and Beyond: Redis on a microcontroller
Kyle Davis Akureyri Networks Developer
How We Scaled Reddit’s r/Place
Daniel Ellis Reddit Senior Software Engineer
Caching Hudl’s Feed with Redis
Joel Hensley Hudl Engineering Director
Using Redis for Kiosk Registration and Command and Control
Ted Knudsen Smartwaiver CTO
Using Redis At Skedaddle
Lou Harwood Skedaddle Co-Founder & CTO
Using Redis At Skedaddle
Erol Erturk Skedaddle Director of Back End Engineering
Preventing cache stampede with Redis & XFetch
Jim Nelson Internet Archive Cluster Operations Engineer
Using Redis and RediSearch module to store and search volatile data
Dmitry Polyakovsky SnapRaise Sr. Developer / Dev Ops
Using Redis as session storage in java application servers
Nenad Bogojevic Amadeus Software Architect
Using Redis as a buffer for database writes & batch processing
Jon Hyman Appboy, Inc. Co-Founder & CTO
Redis as a Primary Data Store
John Loehrer Joya Communications DevOps
durable_rules: distributed business rules using Redis
Jesus Ruiz durable_rules Creator of durable_rules
Building Large, High Performance Databases with Redis using Flash Memory and Emerging Hardware
Cihan Biyikoglu Redis Labs VP Product Management
Adding Self-learning intelligence to Redis
Irfan Ahmad Cache Physics CEO
IoT backend using Redis, S3 and Node.js
Stefano Fratini Hypothesis Consulting Lead Architect
Redis powers next gen location intelligence
Madhu Therani Near.co CTO
Distributed Java Objects and services on top of Redis
Nikita Koksharov Redisson Founder
Redis Enterprise - Continous availability, unlimited scaling, secure and cost-effective Redis
Leena Joshi Redis Labs VP Product Marketing
Elastically Scaling Redis on DC/OS
Phil Norman Mesosphere Distributed Systems Engineer
Turbocharge your apps with Amazon ElastiCache for Redis
Michael Labib AWS AWS NoSQL Architect
Cache All The Things! Data Integration via Jedis
Pat Patterson StreamSets Community Champion
Active-Active Geo Distributed Redis -A Deep Dive
Elad Ash Redis Labs VP R&D
Redis Enterprise on IBM Power Systems
Brad Brech IBM Distinguished Engineer
Redis Enterprise on IBM Power Systems
Chuck Calio IBM ISV and Open Source Solutions Enablement Architect
In-memory Graph Processing with the Redis Graph Module
Roi Lipman Redis Labs Sr. Software Engineer

Day 0 • Tuesday, May 30 • Training Day

Day 1 • Wednesday, May 31 • Conference Day

9:00-10:45 am

Keynotes (Salon 7)

Opening Remarks

Ofer Bengal, CEO
(Redis Labs)

Redis Community Updates - Where We Are Today

Salvatore Sanfilipo, Lead Open Source Redis

Trends in Next Generation Applications. Real-time Is Critical.

Joshua McKenty, VP of Global Ecosystem Engineering
(Pivotal)

Redis Flash in Google Cloud with Kubernetes

Kelsey Hightower, Developer Evangelist
(Google)

If Open Source Is the New Normal, Are Cloud Infrastructure Companies Helping or Hurting?

Salil Deshpande (Managing Partner), Sam Ramji ( VP Product Management)
(Bain Capital Ventures, Google)
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
12:00-1:00 pm

Lunch and Unsession Discussions – Streaming (Salon 9)

1:00-1:45 pm

Operationalizing Redis at Scale

Brian Ip
(Square)

Pain-free Pipelining

John Loehrer
(Marco Polo)

Preventing Cache Stampede with Redis and Xfetch

Jim Nelson
(Archive.org)

Redis Enterprise: Continous availability, Infinite Scaling, Secure, Cost-effective Redis

Leena Joshi
(Redis Labs)
2:00-2:45 pm

Using Redis as Session Storage in Java Application Servers

Nenad Bogojevic
(Amadeus)

Redis Enterprise Flash with Intel Optane/ 3DXpoint

Cihan Biyikoglu/Frank Ober
(Redis Labs/Intel)

Icewine, Redis, Microcontrollers, and Beyond: Redis on a Microcontroller

Kyle Davis
(Akureyi Networks)

Using Redis and RediSearch Module to Store and Search Volatile Data

Dmitry Polyakovsky
(Snap-Raise)
3:00-3:45 pm

Deploying the RediSearch Module at Scale

Itamar Haber/Dvir Volk
(Redis Labs)

How Roblox Keeps Millions of Users up to Date with Redis Pub/Sub

Peter Phillips
(Roblox)

Running Machine Learning Data Store on Redis Labs

Jay Johnson
(Levvel.io)

Explosion of Data at the Edge in Equinix

Venkatachalam Rangasamy
(Equinix)
4:00-4:45 pm

Using Redis at Scale at Twitter

Rashmi Ramesh
(Twitter)

Node, Redis and You

Thomas Hunter II
(OpenTable)

Distributed Business Rules Using Redis

Jesus Ruiz
(durable rules)

Redis Enterprise on IBM Power Systems

Brad Brech/Chuck Calio
(IBM)
5:00-7:30 pm

Welcome Reception Featuring The Spazmatics

Day 2 • Thursday, June 1 • Conference Day

9:00-11:30 am

Keynotes (Salon 7)

Doing More with Redis

Ofer Bengal and Yiftach Shoolman, Co-Founders
(Redis Labs)

Real time intelligence with Spark and Redis

Reynold Xin, CTO
(Databricks)

Microservices and Redis

Chris Richardson, Founder
(Eventuate.io)

Trends in DevOps

Charity Majors, CEO
(Honeycomb.io)

Thomas Middleditch
(Star of the hit HBO show “Silicon Valley”)
Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4
12:45-1:30 pm

Redis-Cluster Operability with Kubernetes and OpenShift

Cedric Lamoriniere
(Amadeus)

Utilizing Redis in a High-tech Ad Traffic Stack

Rahul Babbar
(Timesinternet)

Redis as a Primary Datastore

John Loehrer
(Marco Polo)

Too Big to Failover

Aaron Pollack
(Napster)
1:45-2:15 pm

Machine Learning in Real-time with Redis-ML

Shay Nativ
(Redis Labs)

Distributed Java Objects and Services on Top of Redis

Nikita Koksharov
(Redisson)

High Performance Encryption for On-premise, Cloud & Hybrid Redis Labs Environments

Jim Vogt
(Zettaset)

Redis Enterprise on DC/OS

Phil Norman
(Mesosphere)
2:30-3:00 pm

A Collaborative Canvas Using Bitfields in Redis

Daniel Ellis
(Reddit)

Using Redis at Skedaddle

Erol Erturk/Lou Harwood
(Skedaddle)

In-memory Graph Processing With the Redis Graph Module

Roi Lipman
(Redis Labs)

Cache All the Things – Data Integration via Jedis

Pat Patterson
(Streamsets)
3:15-4:00 pm

Active-active Redis : A Deep Dive

Elad Ash
(Redis Labs)

Redis Powers next Gen Location Intelligence

Madhu Therani
(near.co)

Caching Hudl's Feed with Redis

Joel Hensley
(Hudl)

IoT Backend Using Redis, S3 and Node.js

Stefano Fratini
(Hypothesis Consulting)
4:15-5:00 pm

Supporting Your Microservices with Redis - 3 Languages, 3 Scenarios

Kevin Hoffman
(CapitalOne)

Adding Self Learning Intelligence to Redis

Irfan Ahmad
(Cache Physics)

Streaming Logs and Processing View Counts using Redis Cluster

Seandon Mooy
(Imgur)

Geofencing Using Redis Geospatial Queries

Matthew Hicks
(Appboy)
5:15-6:00 pm

Implementation Patterns to Leverage Redis to Turbo-charge Existing (Legacy) Applications

Hari Ramamurthy
(Home Depot)

Geospatial Indexing At Scale: the 10 Million QPS Redis Architecture Powering Lyft

Daniel Hochman
(Lyft)

The Tale of the Real Estate Brokerage and the In-memory Database

Robert Gay
(Redfin)

Using Redis for Kiosk Registration Command and Control

Ted Knudsen
(SmartWaiver)
6:00 pm

Thank You Reception and Raffle – Redis Geek Hangout

– Golden State Champion Ship, Game One Tickets

– Apple iPhone 7

– Early Bird Registration Winner

Join us for a full day of training and hands-on exercises exploring the full power of Redis. Learn about Redis data structures, transactions, durability, and the new Redis modules systems from a team of Redis experts, including Salvatore Sanfilippo, the creator of Redis!

At the end of this session, you will take away:
  • Working knowledge of the best ways to develop with Redis data structures.
  • Sample code in Java and Python to incorporate popular functions such as recommendations, transactions and more.
Salvatore Sanfilippo Creator of Redis
Shay Native Machine Learning in Real Time with Redis-ML Creator of Machine Learning Module
Dvir Volk Creator of Redis Search Module
Tauge Griffith Head of Developer Advocacy
Itamar Haber Creator of Redis JSON Module

Redis Training Agenda

DateMay 30, 2017
LocationMarriott Marquis, San Francisco
8:30-9:30am

Registration and Breakfast

9:30-11:30am

Introduction to Redis Data Structures and Morning Labs

11:30am-12:30pm

Lunch

12:30-1:30pm

Transactions, Consistency, Durability in Redis

1:30-2:30pm

Afternoon Labs: Payment processing and Counters

2:30-3:30pm

Redis Modules: (search, JSON, Machine Learning)

3:30-5:00pm

Redis Architecture

Two Day Conference Pass
$249
Full Day Training Session Only
$499
Full Day Training Session & Two Day Conference Pass
$749

Join us at the third annual gathering of Redis experts, contributors, users and beginners! Over 50 sessions are being planned ranging from Redis deep dives, use case scenarios, implementation case studies, ecosystem facets, hands-on technical training, and demos. Join 1000+ attendees from around the world to participate at this one-of-a-kind event in San Francisco.

Sponsorship Benefits

RedisConf 2017 brings together the largest gathering of Redis users from across the globe and presents an excellent opportunity for you to showcase your company’s products and services to the Redis Community.

At RedisConf 2017, you have the opportunity to:
  • Connect with the Redis Community from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups
  • Establish your organization as a thought leader in the NoSQL space
  • Increase your visibility within the technology

Marriott Marquis

780 Mission St San Francisco, CA 94103

Hotel Accommodations

If you require hotel accommodations while attending RedisConf 2017, we recommend securing a room reservation at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis. The Marriott is offering the discounted rate to conference attendees, based on availability.  It the responsibility of RedisConf 2017 attendees to book and manage individual hotel reservations, and lodging is not included in conference registration fee(s).

Area Airports

San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Hotel Direction: 13.8 miles NW

Driving Directions
  • Follow the signs for the ramp to “Hwy 101 North San Francisco.”
  • Continue on 101 North 9.2 miles to the San Francisco freeway interchange of Hwy 101 & I-280. Move to the far right lane, following the sign for “North 280/Downtown S.F.”
  • Continue 10 miles and exit the freeway via the 6th Street off-ramp. Proceed straight down the off-ramp onto 6th Street.
  • Drive 4 blocks to Folsom Street & turn right.
  • Proceed 3 blocks to 3rd Street & turn left.
  • Continue 2 blocks to Mission Street and turn left.

The hotel’s driveway, which will be within one block on the right, is located between 3rd & 4th Streets.

Alternate Transportation
  • Super Shuttle; fee: $17 USD (one way); on request
  • BART service, fee: $8.65 USD (one way) 0.2 miles SW
  • Estimated taxi fare: $45 USD (one way)

Norman Y Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC)

Hotel Direction: 45 miles NW

Driving Directions
  • Merge onto CA-87 North toward US-101 North.
  • Take exit 9B on the left to merge onto US-101 North.
  • Continue 40 miles north to the San Francisco freeway interchange of Hwy 101 & I-280. Move to the far right lane, following the sign for “North 280/Downtown S.F.”
  • Continue 10 miles and exit the freeway via the 6th Street off-ramp. Proceed straight down the off-ramp onto 6th Street.
  • Drive 4 blocks to Folsom Street & turn right.
  • Proceed 3 blocks to 3rd Street & turn left.
  • Continue 2 blocks to Mission Street and turn left.

The hotel’s driveway, which will be within one block on the right, is located between 3rd & 4th Streets.

Alternate Transportation
  • Super Shuttle fee: $125 USD (one way); on request
  • Estimated taxi fare: $167 USD (one way)

Oakland International Airport (OAK)

Hotel Direction: 20 miles NW

Driving Directions
  • Get on I-880 N from Airport Dr, Bessie Coleman Dr and 98th Ave
  • Continue on I-880 N. Take I-80 W to Harrison St in San Francisco. Take exit 2B from I-80 W
  • Continue on Harrison St. Take 3rd St to Mission St
Alternate Transportation
  • Super Shuttle fee: 27 USD (one way) ;on request
  • Subway service fee:  4.05 USD  (one way)
  • Estimated taxi fare: 60 USD  (one way)

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