How to Get Started with Redis and Microsoft SQL Server

Microsoft SQL Server is a widely deployed relational database. Relational databases can be expensive, especially when you have demanding application performance requirements. Caching is a popular mechanism used to accelerate response times and help applications scale while reducing the load on RDBMS-es, and save on resources.

Redis is a widely used in-memory NoSQL database, which can be used as a database, cache and message broker. Join this webinar to learn how to get started with Microsoft SQL server and enterprise grade Redis from Redis, ( in the form of downloadable software Redis Enterprise Cluster or fully managed service, Redis Cloud).

When:September, 13th, 2016
Duration:30 Minutes
Featured Speaker:Lynn Langit, Cloud Architect
Audience:.NET Developers or Microsoft SQL users


Lynn Langit, Cloud Architect

Lynn Langit is an independent Cloud Architect. In addition to her production work on enterprise systems, Lynn also speaks, writes and educates on Cloud and Big Data topics world-wide. She has been recognized for her technical education work by many major vendors. Lynn is a Microsoft Data Platform MVP, Amazon Community Hero and Google Cloud Developer Expert. Her blog is at

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