Talk in English - UK at ZendCon 2011
View Slides: http://www.slideshare.net/jimbojsb/scaling-php-applications-with-redis
Short URL: https://joind.in/talk/9b7eb
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Scaling PHP Applications with Redis
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Great presentation, the code examples were awesome. Recommending JSON encoding for multi-system compatibility makes a lot of sense. Using Redis to store jobs for asynchronous processing was a pretty clever point you brought up!
PS, I think using a mod operation against the number of redis servers to determine which servers data sits on based on something such as primary key values would be a good way to spread data around multiple redis servers. It wasn't mentioned in the talk but it seems like a good way to spread data among multiple servers.
where can we download slides ?
Good talk with good examples.
Great talk very well covered material and examples. The delivery of the talk was executed very well. Thank you.
Excellent presentation. One of the best for me so far.
Great talk!!! Slides would be great for review.
awesome. very awesome.
Nice presentation. I was married to Memcache but after this presentation I am now considering a divorce.
Slideshare is so damn slow. Will post the link here ASAP
Really great presentation! I've had Redis on my radar for a bit to look into, and this presentation was a good starting point. It was helpful by focusing in the first part on the different data types available as a distinguishing point about Redis too.
I downloaded Redis from the website (2.4.1) during the talk compiled it and tried it out just a bit. Looks pretty flexible -- the source looks pretty clean too. Looking forward to trying this out some more.
Great presentation. I think a mysql vs. redis real time battle could have really driven the point home.
@Scott Mattocks I know I would have loved to. Unfortunately, it's hard to prove some of those concepts out on a laptop with no actual web load :)
I'll keep it brief: http://memegenerator.net/instance/11031211
Good talk, good speaker, very clear and somewhat inspiring. Best talk of the conference in my book.