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We’ve got a busy schedule in the weeks ahead. Come join us at one of these exciting events.
Spark+AI Summit – San Francisco, CA – June 5-6
First up, we are sponsors at Spark+AI Summit in San Francisco June 5-6. Visit us at booth #318 to see a live demo of Scylla serving 1/2 million write requests per second with consistent millisecond latency. Plus play our fun iPad game to get a Scylla t-shirt and a chance to win more cool swag.
Montréal Big Data Meetup – Montréal, QC – June 5
Next stop is Montreal, where we will sponsor the Montréal Big Data Meetup. Come hear the session, ‘Real-time big data at scale: 1 million queries per second with single-digit millisecond latencies’, by Mina Naguib from AdGear and Glauber Costa from ScyllaDB. The talk will present the architecture and design decisions which allow Scylla users to achieve high throughput and predictably low latencies while loweing the overall TCO of the system. You will learn about a real example of how that played out in practice by AdGear. Join us June 5th from 6:15-8:15. Food, drinks, and swag provided!
Fullstack LX – Lisbon, Portugal – June 5
June 5th is a busy night! ScyllaDB engineer Duarte Nunes is presenting ‘NoSQL at Ludicrous Speed’ at this month’s Fullstack LX in Lisbon. Attend the meetup to get the low-level details of how Scylla employs a totally asynchronous, shared nothing programming model, relies on its own memory allocators, and meticulously schedules all its IO requests, plus learn how Scylla fully utilizes the underlying hardware resources.
SQL NYC, The NoSQL & NewSQL Database Meetup – New York, NY – June 19th
Later this month we’ll be in New York for the SQL NYC NoSQL Database Meetup. Join this informative session to hear Oracle Data Cloud’s Principal Software Engineer discuss his team’s use cases for a redesigned streaming system. He will cover the challenges they encountered while prototyping various data stores to meet their needs and the client-side changes that ultimately made the project a success. Plus snacks and swag!