GE Predix Platform: Using AWS Elasticache with Open Service Broker – #AWS

Predix Platform from GE Digital implemented Open Service Broker API on EC2 to present standard, consistent services to their developers, who develop container-based applications on AWS. Their developers needed to manage state for those applications (e.g. session state data). Predix Platform used AWS Elasticache with Redis then presented it to developers via the service broker based on open service broker. This allowed developers to easily create Redis clusters with standard, pre-configured parameters, sizing and network security. To manage data security on their multi-tenant solution, they used the Redis Auth Key. Learn more at – http://amzn.to/2C6xhR3.

Speaker: Amulya Sharma, Senior Staff Software Engineer Predix Platform, GE Digital

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