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SkillsCast

Implement an IoT sensor connected to Redis! (and keep it!)

22nd February 2018 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at Implement an IoT sensor connected to Redis! (and keep it!)

One of the benefits of Redis, compared to other NoSQL solutions, is that it is possible to implement a small Redis client that fits into a micro-controller RAM, such as an Arduino 328P, ESP8266 or ESP32. This makes it possible to create real connected things/sensors for a few pounds with a few lines of code. Redis, with its performances, can easily ingest data and manage thousands of connected devices on a single CPU core, including on an ARM processor (Raspberry Pi)! A micro-controller can send more than 1500 operations per second and a single core Redis can handle up to 800000 operations per second.

In this meetup / workshop you will receive (and take home) a micro controller with a light sensor that sends data via the RESP protocol to a Redis instance.

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Implement an IoT sensor connected to Redis! (and keep it!)

Francois Cerbelle

Solutions Architect at Redis Labs.

SkillsCast

One of the benefits of Redis, compared to other NoSQL solutions, is that it is possible to implement a small Redis client that fits into a micro-controller RAM, such as an Arduino 328P, ESP8266 or ESP32. This makes it possible to create real connected things/sensors for a few pounds with a few lines of code. Redis, with its performances, can easily ingest data and manage thousands of connected devices on a single CPU core, including on an ARM processor (Raspberry Pi)! A micro-controller can send more than 1500 operations per second and a single core Redis can handle up to 800000 operations per second.

In this meetup / workshop you will receive (and take home) a micro controller with a light sensor that sends data via the RESP protocol to a Redis instance.

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About the Speaker

Implement an IoT sensor connected to Redis! (and keep it!)

Francois Cerbelle

Solutions Architect at Redis Labs.