Scylla Summit is returning to San Francisco this November 5th and 6th and you’re invited! Now in its fourth year, our annual community and industry conference promises to deliver even more big data insights, engaging speakers and momentous product announcements.
With more and more users deploying Scylla, the response to our Call for Speakers was amazing! Join us to hear about innovative real-time big data use cases, lessons learned, and technical deep dives from industry leaders like Capital One, Comcast, Opera, Numberly, Lookout, SAS Institute, Nauto, Tubi TV, iFood, and more!
Topics will cover the latest use cases and programming techniques across a variety of vertical markets and applications. Find out how Scylla is being used in conjunction with other groundbreaking big data and cloud-oriented technologies, from Apache Spark and Kafka to Kubernetes. Plus learn all aspects of architecture and operations, from design for scaling, to performance tuning, to migration strategies.
Keynotes from ScyllaDB’s leadership, including Dor Laor, Avi Kivity and Glauber Costa, will showcase our latest capabilities and you’ll get a glimpse into our roadmap for our open source, enterprise and cloud products..
Scylla newbies and experts can also deepen their Scylla and NoSQL knowledge at our pre-summit Training Day on November 4th. With both basic and advanced sessions available, there’s something for everyone.
We will also hand out the latest Scylla User Awards to those who are pushing the boundaries of big data in terms of scale and innovation.
And of course, our Summit is your best chance to network and socialize with ScyllaDB’s engineering team and your industry peers.
This year’s event will be held at the Parc 55 San Francisco, just a few minutes walk to performing arts venues, the shops around Union Square and the museums by the Yerba Buena Gardens.
We hope you will join us! Save 25% when you register now – Early Bird registration for both the Scylla Summit conference and one-day training is open until the end of September. Regular pricing will begin October 1, but don’t wait too long. Training seats are limited!