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Redis Use Patterns & the SQL Practitioner

07.14.2014
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This talk from Itamar Haber, Chief Developers Advocate at Redis Labs, took place at DevconTLV and provides an introduction to Redis use patterns, particularly compared to a relational perspective. Take a look:

In this talk I'll present several common database use patterns and how to implement them using Redis, the fastest and most popular NoSQL key-value database. Among the topics we'll touch are denormalization and aggregation of data, indexing and composite keys and searching -- prepare to have your mind blown :)