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RU204 · Weekly

Storing, Querying, and Indexing JSON at Speed

This course covers how to use RedisJSON and RediSearch to transform Redis into a powerful document database.

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RU204 is Now Available!

RU204 is available now! You can register today and access the initial materials immediately. We’ll make new materials available each Tuesday, building up to a final exam.

If you have questions or need support, sign up for Discord and chat with the Redis University team there.

What you’ll learn

This course teaches you how to store, index and search JSON documents with the RedisJSON and RediSearch modules. You’ll learn:

  • How to store and retrieve JSON in Redis as a native data type.
  • How to leverage the speed and power of RediSearch to index, query and perform full text searches on JSON documents.
  • How to integrate RedisJSON with your Node.js, Python, Java or C# application using the new Redis OM client libraries.
Course Number
RU204
Starts
August 02, 2022
Ends
September 06, 2022

Prerequisites

RU203: Querying, Indexing, and Full-Text Search is recommended but not required.

Software Requirements

  • Web Browser: Firefox 39.0+ or Chrome 43+ (Internet Explorer is not supported)
  • Operating System: Mac OS X 10.7+ 64-bit, Ubuntu 14.04+ 64-bit, or Windows 10
  • Software: A free Redis Cloud account, or Docker, or local installs of Redis 5 or 6 with the latest RedisJSON and RediSearch modules installed
  • Access to youtube.com and university.redis.com
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Instructor Justin Castilla

Justin is a Developer Advocate at Redis. He has helped to produce several courses at Redis University and has created numerous videos for the Redis YouTube channel.


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Instructor Simon Prickett

Simon Prickett is the Principal Developer Advocate at Redis. He began his career writing C++ for Hewlett-Packard Labs, and has subsequently held senior roles with companies ranging from startups to enterprises including Capital One, USA Today, and New Zealand’s Customs Service.

Simon has created software for mobile and embedded devices since the late 1990s, from early browser-based cellphone portals to today’s IoT and cloud architectures. The need for high performance, efficiency, and personalization that makes these systems successful led him to discover Redis.

Away from professional life Simon enjoys traveling, cycling, and building devices with microcontrollers. Simon holds a Computing Science degree from Aston University, located in Birmingham England.