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Stephen is a Senior Software Engineer on the persistence infrastructure team at Discord. He works on building and maintaining services on Discord’s Scylla clusters. He comes with 10 years experience in software engineering and is passionate about building highly scalable systems. Before Discord, he worked at LinkedIn’s media processing and serving infrastructure.
When processing sports betting data, latency matters. Content must be processed in near real-time, constantly, and in a region local to where the customer and the data are. ZeroFlucs uses ScyllaDB in order to provide optimized data-storage local to the customer. In this session, Director of Software Engineering Carly Christensen takes you through how we distribute data, and how we use our recently open-sourced package, Charybdis to facilitate this.
Architect with strong Data warehousing skills and a specialist in Cloudmigrations implementing DWBI solutions with Cloud Platforms.Managing and Delivering Cloud projects on time, specialized both in automation and in custom application development, experienced withlarge projects and heterogeneous infrastructures. The link between development with Modernization and Hybrid Cloud solutions. Specialist in designing and delivering Legacy Migrations to Google Cloud Platform.Customer-oriented and structured method of working, focused on quality and timely delivery. Self motivated leader to drive and lead team to achieve more.
Dor is the CEO of ScyllaDB. Previously, Dor was part of the founding team of the KVM hypervisor under Qumranet that was acquired by Red Hat. At Red Hat Dor was managing the KVM and Xen development for several years. Dor holds an MSc from the Technion and a Phd in snowboarding.
Brian has built high throughput latency sensitive systems for 18 years. Somewhere in there he took a career holiday and pretended to be a data scientist. Now he is the technical lead for the Optimizely Data Platform.
I have been working with NoSQL technologies since 2020, using Scylla DB on complex systems.
Daniel Abadi is the Darnell-Kanal Professor of Computer Science at the University of Maryland, where he performs research on database system architecture and implementation, especially at the intersection with scalable and distributed systems. He is best-known for the development of the storage and query execution engines of the C-Store (column-oriented database) prototype and deterministic, scalable, transactional, distributed systems such as Calvin. An ACM Fellow and recipient of numerous awards, Abadi received his PhD in 2008 from MIT. He blogs at DBMS Musings and tweets at @daniel_abadi.
Tzach has a B.A. and MSc in Computer Science (Technion, Summa Cum Laude), and has had a 15 year career in development, system engineering and product management. In the past he worked in the Telecom domain, focusing on carrier grade systems, signaling, policy and charging applications.
Avi, CTO of ScyllaDB, is known mostly for starting the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) project, the hypervisor underlying many production clouds. He has worked for Qumranet and Red Hat as KVM maintainer until December 2012. Avi is now CTO of ScyllaDB, a company that seeks to bring the same kind of innovation to the public cloud space.
Peter Zaitsev is an entrepreneur and co-founder of Percona. As one of the leading experts in Open Source strategy and database optimization, Peter has used his technical vision and entrepreneurial skills to grow Percona from a two-person store into one of the most respected open source companies in the business with over 350 employees. Peter now continues to serve as a board member and advisor to a range of open source startups. Peter is the co-author of the book “High Performance MySQL: Optimization, Backup, and Replication,” one of the most popular books on MySQL performance.
Geetha is a Solutions engineer in the big data management space with experience in executing solutions for business problems on cloud and on-premises. She loved distributed computing during her undergrad days and has followed my interest ever since. She provides technical guidance, design advice, and thought leadership to key Confluent customers and partners, helping translate their enterprise business needs into right technical solutions, ensuring highest level of customer success and maturity, while keeping it all simple.
Brian Sletten is a liberal arts-educated software engineer with a focus on forward-leaning technologies. He is the author of the O’Reilly Media book, “WebAssembly: The Definitive Guide.” His experience has spanned many industries including retail, banking, online games, defense, finance, hospitality, and health care. He has a B.S. in Computer Science from the College of William and Mary and lives in Auburn, CA. He focuses on web architecture, resource-oriented computing, social networking, the Semantic Web, data science, 3D graphics, visualization, scalable systems, security consulting, and other technologies of the late 20th and early 21st Centuries. He is also a rabid reader, a devoted foodie, and has excellent taste in music. If pressed, he might tell you about his International Pop Recording career.
Vinodhini is a developer advocate at Treeverse, the company behind lakeFS. She is a data practitioner with 6+ years of experience working for companies like Apple, Nike and NetApp, and has a blend of data engineering, machine learning and business analytics expertise. Vinodhini is an avid public speaker and an ardent toastmasters member.
I love memory and solid-state storage. My obsession started nearly 20 years ago in AMD’s memory group and has since spanned memory design engineering roles at Spansion and SanDisk and SSD applications engineering roles at SandForce, LSI, and Seagate. Today, I’m most excited about helping engineers build efficient, high performance systems using new storage technologies.
Alexys is CTO at Numberly. He is an open-source contributor, a Gentoo Linux developer, and PSF contributing member. He enjoys sharing his experience on architecture design, distributed systems, fault tolerance and scaling Python.
Amnon has 15 years of experience in software development of large scale systems. Previously he worked at Convergin, which was acquired by Oracle. Amnon holds a BA and MSc in Computer Science from the Technion-Machon Technologi Le’ Israel and an MBA from Tel Aviv University.
Piotr is a software engineer very keen on open-source projects, C++ and Rust. He previously developed an open-source distributed file system (LizardFS) and had a brief adventure with Linux kernel during an apprenticeship at Samsung Electronics. Piotr graduated from the University of Warsaw with MSc in Computer Science.
Tim Spann is a Developer Advocate @ StreamNative where he works with Apache Pulsar, Apache Flink, Apache NiFi, Apache MXNet, TensorFlow, Apache Spark, big data, the IoT, machine learning, and deep learning. Tim has over a decade of experience with the IoT, big data, distributed computing, streaming technologies, and Java programming. Previously, he was a Principal Field Engineer at Cloudera, a Senior Solutions Architect at AirisData and a senior field engineer at Pivotal. He blogs for DZone, where he is the Big Data Zone leader, and runs a popular meetup in Princeton on big data, the IoT, deep learning, streaming, NiFi, the blockchain, and Spark. Tim is a frequent speaker at conferences such as IoT Fusion, Strata, ApacheCon, Data Works Summit Berlin, DataWorks Summit Sydney, and Oracle Code NYC. He holds a BS and MS in computer science.
Yaniv Kaul is the VP of Research and Development at ScyllaDB.
Ryan Ross is a self-taught developer and systems operator with a wide array of experience in distributed systems from working with on-premises supercomputers to Kubernetes in the Cloud and beyond. When not writing Ansible playbooks or building gRPC services in Go, he spends time with his family and likes to be outside.
Kshitij Doshi works at Intel Corporation in the Data Center and AI group, where he focuses on performance optimization of workloads and cloud instances. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from IIT Mumbai (1982) and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rice University (1985 and 1989, respectively). His research interests span distributed systems, memory and storage architectures, and resource management.
Rahul leads a boutique consultancy that helps clients design, build, and operate global scale platforms that serve or impact large groups of people. He has been working with Cassandra for about 7 years and has been contributing to the community by publishing cassandra.link and running a weekly “Cassandra Lunch” for almost a year. He’s recently gotten involved in the Cassandra Kubernetes SIG and helps out by updating the blog with updates.
Raphael is an engineer working on the ScyllaDB storage layer for the past 7 years. Previously, he worked on bringing new file system support for the Syslinux project, which is a suite of bootloaders for starting up Linux. He’s passionate about OS development too, which led him to work on OSv, an operating system for virtualized environments, and make contributions to the Linux kernel as well.
David is a committer on the Apache Pulsar project, and also the author of “Pulsar in Action” and co-author of “Practical Hive”. He currently serves as a Developer Advocate for StreamNative where he focuses on strengthening the Apache Pulsar community through education and evangelization. Prior to that he was a principal software engineer on the messaging team at Splunk, and Director of Solutions for two Big Data startups; Streamlio and Hortonworks.
Daniel started his career as PhD student in the area of cloud computing with a focus on distributed databases in the cloud. Further interests cover cloud orchestration, model-driven engineering, and performance evaluations of distributed systems. After completing his PhD, Daniel has co-founded the Benchmarking-as-a-Service platform benchANT where he is responsible for the product development.
Mike Bennett is a Solution Architect at Ampere Computing helping customers understand the scale out performance and sustainability benefits of Cloud-Native processors. Before becoming a Solution Architect he spent 13 yeats working the operations side of Enterprise IT.
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