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MOV Podcast - Ep 23 Feat. Doug Tidwell of Redis Labs | Mad Over Videos by guch

Mad Over Videos by guch

Doug Tidwell is the Senior Technical Marketing Manager at Redis Labs where he is currently working to build out the Redis Labs Developer Program. Redis Labs is the home of Redis, the world's most popular in-memory database, and commercial provider of Redis Enterprise. Doug is also a programmer and writer who creates videos, articles, sample code, container images, and other useful things. He has given hundreds of presentations at dozens of conferences around the world and is the author of O'Reilly's XSLT, a copy of which makes a perfect gift for all occasions.  In a conversation with Pranav, host, Mad over videos podcast episode 23, Doug shares his insights on creating humorous marketing videos to open new doors, create an affinity, and leave a lasting impact on your target audience. We've also covered video-based evangelism, how to speak to developers effectively, and a lot more. So without further ado, tune in to learn more such interesting video content, marketing insights only on the Mad Over Videos Podcast episode 23 featuring Doug Tidwell of Redis Labs. WEBSITE: guch.me/ LINKEDIN : @guch www.linkedin.com/company/guchme/ INSTAGRAM : @guch.me www.instagram.com/guch.me/ FACEBOOK : @guchHQ www.facebook.com/guchHQ TWITTER : @guchHQ twitter.com/guchHQ

1hr 10mins

4 Dec 2020

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Open Source In-Memory Database Systems with Redis Labs Chief Product Officer Alvin Richards

How I Launched This: A SaaS Story

We're back with How I Launched This: A SaaS story! This week, Stephanie Wong (@stephr_wong) talks with Alvin Richards about Redis Labs, a company optimizing the Redis open source in-memory database system to build better managed tools for enterprise clients.Alvin begins the show describing how his love of solving complex development problems and great people skills have put him in a unique position to act as intermediary between engineers and clients, gaining insights into real-world problems and how to solve them. Looking to the future, Alvin's team also anticipates client needs, creating database products that will continue to help clients as their projects evolve.Later in the show, Alvin describes how the Redis system built in the cloud was reworked to also provide on-prem offerings. We learn how Redis Labs was able to fill a gap in the market by offering a database product that both developers and clients could understand, adapt, and use. Alvin introduces us to other Redis Labs products, including Redis for Enterprise which allows tiering between memory forms, in-memory caching, scaling, and more for a flexible database experience.We wrap up the show with a discussion of what it's like coordinating the development of such a large open source project and why Redis Labs supports open source. Alvin offers advice to other companies, stressing the importance of building solutions with both the creator and client in mind and educating clients and developers to use the software effectively. We talk about the future of open source in SaaS companies and how important it will be for scaling SaaS technology. Alvin concludes by encouraging everyone to ultimately find joy in what they do.Episode Links:RedisRedis LabsDockerMemorystoreMongoDBElasticRedis University

50mins

16 Aug 2020

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Introduction to Redis Labs - Episode 106 - Sponsored

The CTO Advisor

Thanks to Redis Labs for sponsoring the CTO Dose during AWS re:Invent. Keith Townsend caught up with Redis Labs Chief Product Officer Alvin Richards. The duo talked about how Redis Labs adds value beyond being the primary sponsor for open source project behind the popular database. Richards shares some basics and history behind Redis and helps introduce watchers to the concept of a key-value store such as Redis and a column DB such as Cassandra. Richards makes an argument for why customers should consider engaging Redis Labs for their Redis support and functionality extensions. Subscribe iTunes | RSS

15mins

23 Dec 2019

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Redis Labs on Why NoSQL is a Safe Bet

The New Stack Podcast

This is what one can say with a reasonably high degree of certainty: organizations are deploying applications in hybrid environments consisting of legacy datacenters and often different cloud services, while the open source business models allowing them to do that are changing. In this context, for database management and use, the choice of NoSQL remains a safe bet for today’s deployments, especially for multi-cloud environments, Alvin Richards, chief product officer, Redis Labs said in this latest edition of The New Stack Makers podcast

42mins

16 Dec 2019

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Episode 24: A Chat About Redis Labs

Reality 2.0

Doc Searls and Katherine Druckman talk to Yiftach Shoolman, CTO and Co-founder of Redis Labs, about Redis, Open Source licenses, company culture and more. Download ogg format Links mentioned: Time for Net Giants to Pay Fairly for the Open Source on Which They Depend Redis Labs and the "Common Clause" Redis Labs Changing Its Licensing for Redis Modules Again... Redis Labs’ Modules License Changes Special Guest: Yiftach Shoolman.Support Reality 2.0

50mins

2 Aug 2019

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Grappling with Data and Application Modernization with Redis Labs' Adi Foulger and Cassie Zimmerman

Pivotal Podcasts

Enterprises across industries are modernizing legacy applications to improve performance and provide great customer experiences. But it doesn't how snappy your application is or how pretty the user interface if the data supporting the application can't keep up. In this episode of Pivotal Conversations, Redis Labs' Adi Foulger and Cassie Zimmerman talk about the challenges of modernizing your data architecture.

2 May 2019

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Episode 124: Grappling with Data and Application Modernization with Redis Labs’ Adi Foulger and Cassie Zimmerman

Tanzu Talk

Enterprises across industries are modernizing legacy applications to improve performance and provide great customer experiences. But it doesn't how snappy your application is or how pretty the user interface if the data supporting the application can't keep up. In this episode of Pivotal Conversations, Redis Labs' Adi Foulger and Cassie Zimmerman talk about the challenges of modernizing your data architecture.

33mins

2 May 2019

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Redis Labs – home to both open source Redis and Redis Enterprise

Red Hat X Podcast Series

Join Leena Joshi, Vice President of Product Marketing at Redis Labs as she introduces her company and discusses several topics including the opportunity for digital transformation brought on by the cloud, and her thoughts on microservices and cloud-native and orchestration.

11mins

9 May 2018

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Manish Gupta of Redis Labs

Chinchilla Squeaks

Chris speaks with Manish Gupta of Redis Labs about how redis became one of the most popular data stores for developers.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chinchillasqueaks/message

32mins

24 May 2017