Top Reasons to Use In-memory NoSQL to Super-charge your Web Application (Case Study by Stance)
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  Andrew Spencer   Andrew Spencer
Director of Technology
  Yiftach Shoolman   Yiftach Shoolman
Co-Founder & CTO


Wednesday, August 19, 2015
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Level:  Case Study

Modern applications built for high performance and user-responsiveness use in-memory nosql as a critical layer of their stack. Join Redis Labs’ CTO to learn which use cases in-memory NoSQL is a must-have for and how this use can be made extremely cost -effective.

Stance, a pioneer of the modern retail experience, built such a highly responsive website that can handle thousands of simultaneous requests with sub-millisecond latency using the MEANR stack (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.JS and Redis).

Join this session to learn:
  • Which in-memory NoSQL use cases should you use for the best results
  • How Stance architected their website for optimal user experience
  • How to make your use of in-memory NoSQL most cost-effective

Andrew Spencer is a Technology Director at Stance, Inc., headquartered in San Clemente, California, where he leverages open source technologies such as Redis and MongoDB to increase the performance of their digital properties and accelerate their speed-to-market. Earlier, Andrew was a Systems Engineer at, where he managed their core technology stack, anchored by a highly scalable, highly available, 3-tier multi-master PostgreSQL infrastructure. Andrew has over 15 years experience developing open source software and building scalable, highly-available systems.

Yiftach is an experienced technologist, having held leadership engineering and product roles in diverse fields from application acceleration, cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS), to broadband networks and metro networks. He was the founder, president and CTO of Crescendo Networks (acquired by F5, NASDAQ:FFIV), the vice president of software development at Native Networks (acquired by Alcatel, NASDAQ: ALU) and part of the founding team at ECI Telecom broadband division, where he served as vice president of software engineering. Yiftach holds a Bachelor of Science. in Mathematics and Computer Science and has completed studies for Master of Science. in Computer Science at Tel-Aviv University.

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