- Date and Time
- 5/29/2015 2:00 PM
When improving the performance of our applications we always start using caches to avoid wasting time on unnecessary readings. In Azure we have seen parading different types of cache services: the ASP.net cache under IIS; various services based on AppFabric including an in-role caching, to finally come up with a definitive bet with Redis Cache service. Redis, besides being Open Source, is an advanced store key-value cache, where keys can contain strings, lists, sets, arrays, bitmaps, and hyperloglogs hashes. In this session we will start by an introduction to the Redis world, from onpremise to cloud deployments, and then continue with how it can be used on DNN Platform based solutions, just by a using a Redis Caching Provider or by using it as a data store.
About the speakers
- David Rodriguez
- David Rodriguez, is a happy Spanish guy living and working in Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) where he was born. He is one of the lucky ones who has the opportunity to work with cutting edge technologies at DNN as the Lead Engineer on the Cloud Team. He has more than 15 years development background mostly based on Microsoft technologies, designing and architecting highly scalable systems like reservation systems for airlines companies. He has been working with Windows Azure since it was on CTP, migrating on-premise systems to the cloud, co-founding the .NET User Group TenerifeDev as well as the CSV company Intelequia Software Solutions. He is also the author of the DNN Azure Accelerator, an open source project available on CodePlex to deploy DNN on Azure as a cloud service. Because of all this love for web and cloud technologies he finally landed at DNN Corp. to technically lead their voyage to the cloud.