Every developer knows Redis, but only uses 10% of its real capabilities. A great news about Redis on Azure is appeared. The V.6 version can change the way we see Redis. Hyperloglog and RedisStream, for example, can enable several kind of cheap solutions, without a variable cost, based on throughput. Many examples of using Redis V6 on Azure will be reported (Append Only Logs, FSM, probabilistic data structures, etc), as well as various tools found to make it as easy to use and maintain as any database.
I’m an accomplished, result driven management professional with 20 years of experience in both IT and business functions. Proven history of managing complex IT operations and strategy for the development and delivery of high technological product and services. I’m highly skilled in proposal development and delivering business results by creating tailor made Cloud and IOT based solutions around the specific customer needs. My passions are to architect and build up teams of qualified professionals, redesign and streamline of software processes integrating more departments, delivering perfectly governed eco-systems. Decisional trees based on microservices plots, especially in OSS sauce, represent my greatest fun. Even if I'm historically voted to OSS / Java / Spring Platform, I learned (and I'm still learning) the wonders of the Azure platform every day.
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