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RedisConf19 Recap

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We had the opportunity to attend a conference by one of our customers, Redis Labs. Here is our recap of the event.

RedisConf19, branded as the largest gathering for the world’s fastest database (more on Redis here), was a HUGE success. The two-day event was held Pier 27 in San Francisco the first week of April and includes over 1500 Redis developers, innovators and contributors and over 60 technical sessions.

RedisConf19 entrance
RedisConf19

 

Nate Aune (Appsembler), Salvatore Sanfilippo (RedisLabs), and Sterling Scott (Appsembler) at RedisConf19
Nate Aune (Appsembler), Salvatore Sanfilippo (Redis Labs), and Sterling Scott (Appsembler) at RedisConf19
 

The atmosphere was TEEMING with energy from the first day to the last. It was a well-run event!

RedisConf19 Exhibit Hall
RedisConf19 Exhibit Hall

Redis University at RedsConf19
Redis University at RedsConf19

One of the highlights of RedisConf19 actually happened BEFORE the event – Redis Labs held a Day 0 training where over 400 developers gathered to learn and develop their skills. Four training sessions were held simultaneously through the entire day.

RedisConf19 Day 0 Training Agenda
RedisConf19 Day 0 Training Agenda
 

We are proud to have been a sponsor of RedisConf19 and are VERY proud to have powered the immersive, hands-on training that was provided onsite at the event.

RedisConf19 Day 0 Training Session
RedisConf19 Day 0 Training Session

 

Virtual Labs Powered by Appsembler
Virtual Labs Powered by Appsembler

With our platform, attendees were able to work within a virtual lab environment by simply clicking a link – no hardware or system configuration or setup required and no technical assistance – the only technical requirement was having a computer and a web browser.

Our Founder and CEO Nate Aune had an opportunity to sit down with Kyle Davis, Redis Labs’ Head of Developer Advocacy and the leader of several Day 0 training sessions. Read the transcript from the Q&A.

Click here to learn more about Redis Labs and how they are using Appsembler.

 

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