Redis, Quarkus, OpenShift: From Cache to Modern Apps at Scale

Redis has become extremely popular and so are container-based applications and deployment pipelines. Redis is often used as a caching solution or to store user sessions. Kubernetes OpenShift is often used as an application platform to deploy microservice architecture applications, such as those built with Quarkus, a Kubernetes-Native Java stack with great support for Redis. The combination of Quarkus, Redis and Kubernetes OpenShift provides an ideal environment for creating and deploying scalable, fast, and lightweight applications on any cloud.

Deploying applications on Kubernetes is great, not just for “lift and& shift,” or rehosting containerized applications, and also for writing new applications using microservices. Old applications can benefit from a cache, a messaging queue, or a better session store, while microservices need a database that users can deploy and scale quickly.

Redis Enterprise on Kubernetes provides this, not only with support for Redis data structures, JSON, indexing and search — all available in the Quarkus framework — but also by integration with OpenShift marketplace, certified pre-build containers, and advanced automation with Kubernetes operator.

During this session you will:

  • Discover the types of data Redis manipulates and how the Redis API built into Quarkus allows you to develop more easily and quickly .
  • Learn how to use the Redis Enterprise operator on OpenShift to deploy highly available, clustered Redis databases with persistence, scale, security and maximum automation natively on Kubernetes.

Event Speakers

Luigi Fugaro, Solution Architect, Redis

Luigi Fugaro

Senior Solution Architect

Holly-Cummins Principal Software Engineer Quarkus team at Red Hat

Holly Cummins

Principal Software Engineer
Quarkus team at Red Hat

Clement Escoffier

Clement Escoffier

Distinguished Engineer
Red Hat

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