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Aggregations at Scale for ShareChat — Using Kafka Streams and ScyllaDB

Charan Movva

Software Engineer at ShareChat
How ShareChat handles the aggregations of a post's engagement metrics/counters at scale with sub-millisecond P99 latencies for reads and writes.

Building a 100% ScyllaDB Shard-Aware Application Using Rust

Alexys Jacob

CTO at Numberly

Yassir Barchi

Lead Software Engineer at Numberly

Joseph Perez

Rust Software Engineer at Numberly
Numberly's experience designing and operating a distributed, idempotent, and predictable application 100% based on ScyllaDB's low-level shard-aware topology using Rust.

Worldwide Local Latency With ScyllaDB

Carly Christensen

Director of Software Engineering at ZeroFlucs
How ZeroFlucs uses ScyllaDB and Go to offer low-latency data processing in a geographically distributed way, with each customer's data always locally available.

ScyllaDB 5.2 and Beyond

Avi Kivity

CTO & Co-Founder at ScyllaDB
ScyllaDB co-founder and CTO Avi Kivity covers 2022 accomplishments and deliveries. This year we enabled full repair-based-node-operations, brought distributed aggregation into ScyllaDB as default, focused on goodput, at the face of overload and many other changes.

ShareChat’s Journey Migrating 100TB of Data to ScyllaDB with NO Downtime

Anuraj Jain

Software Engineer at ShareChat

Chinmoy Mahapatra

Software Engineer at ShareChat
How ShareChat built a live migration framework moving 100TB of data into ScyllaDB (for cost and performance benefits) without any downtime.

Integrating ScyllaDB with Quarkus

João Martins

Software Engineer at iFood
How Joao Martins from iFood, Brazil's top food delivery company, integrates two powerful cloud native technologies: ScyllaDB and Quarkus.

Making the Most Out of ScyllaDB’s Awesome Concurrency at Optimizely

Brian Taylor

Principle Software Engineer at Optimizely
How Optimizely takes full advantage of ScyllaDB’s concurrency while also guaranteeing correctness and protecting quality of...

The Consistency vs Throughput Tradeoff in Distributed Databases

Daniel Abadi

University of Maryland College Park at Darnell-Kanal Professor of Computer Science
This talk discusses whether or not there is a consistency vs throughput tradeoff in distributed database systems that guarantee ACID transactions.

Solving the Issue of Mysterious Database Benchmarking Results

Daniel Seybold

Chief Technical Officer at benchANT
Benchmarking is important but also known to be biased, especially in the cloud. Benchant demonstrates how to solve this issue based on a comparative ScyllaDB multi-cloud performance study.

Scalable and Resilient Security Ratings Platform with ScyllaDB

Nguyen Cao

Staff Data Engineer at Security Scorecard
How SecurityScorecard, a global leader in cybersecurity ratings, uses ScyllaDB for a database with low query latency, real-time data ingestion, fault tolerance, and high scalability—including their migration process from Redis + Presto + Aurora and lessons learned.

Data Platform Architecture Principles and Evaluation Criteria

Pooja Kelgaonkar

Senior Data Architect at Rackspace Technology
The core principles and pillars of architecting any data platform, including developing effective evaluation criteria and assessing your most critical platform needs.

Using ScyllaDB for Distribution of Game Assets in Unreal Engine

Joakim Lindqvist

Senior Tools Programmer at Epic Games
How Epic Games is using ScyllaDB for distribution of large game assets used by Unreal Engine across the world — enabling game developers to more quickly build great games.

x86-less ScyllaDB: Exploring an All-ARM Cluster

Keith McKay

Senior Director at ScaleFlux

Mike Bennet

Solution Architect at Ampere Computing
How ScyllaDB performs on Ampere ARM-powered servers and ScaleFlux fast SSDs, as well as how to get the most out of your storage using ScaleFlux's built-in compression and ScyllaDB's ICS.

ScyllaDB at Strava

Phani Teja Nallamothu

Senior Cloud Engineer II at Strava
How Strava uses ScyllaDB Enterprise for a variety of use cases, including a look at how ScyllaDB integrates with their architecture and a deep dive into several use cases.

Automating the Hunt for Non-Obvious Sources of Latency Spreads

Kshitij Doshi

Senior Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation

Harshad S. Sane

Principal Software Engineer at Intel Corporation
False sharing references and power management can trigger wide latency spreads, but are neither directly observable nor easily traced to causes. This talk describes how to diagnose the problems quickly, and outlines several remedies.

How Level Infinite Implemented CQRS and Event Sourcing on Top of Apache Pulsar and ScyllaDB

Lei Shi

Principal Software Engineer at Level Infinite

Zhihao Chen

Senior Security Engineer at Level Infinite

Zhiwei Peng

Senior Security Engineer at Level Infinite
How Level Infinite uses ScyllaDB as the state store of the Proxima Beta gaming platform's service architecture.

How Discord Migrated Trillions of Messages from Cassandra to ScyllaDB

Bo Ingram

Senior Software Engineer at Discord
Learn why and how Discord’s persistence team recently completed their most ambitious migration yet: moving their massive set of trillions of messages from Cassandra to ScyllaDB.

To Serverless and Beyond

Dor Laor

CEO and Co-Founder at ScyllaDB
Dor Laor, ScyllaDB’s CEO covers the major innovations coming to ScyllaDB core and ScyllaDB Cloud that bring you uncompromised performance, availability and elasticity.

Build Low Latency, Windowless Event Processing Pipelines with Quine and ScyllaDB

Matthew Cullum

thatDot at Director of Engineering
How to build an event processing pipeline that scales to millions of events per second with sub-millisecond latencies while ingesting multiple streams and demonstrates resilient in the face of host failures.

Key-Key-Value Store: Generic NoSQL Datastore with Tombstone Reduction and Automatic Partition Splitting

Stephen Ma

Senior Software Engineer at Discord
Discover Discord's approach to more quickly and simply onboarding new data storage use cases with their key-value store service that hides many ScyllaDB-specific complexities–like schema design and performance impacts from tombstones and large partitions–from developers.

ScyllaDB Cloud Goes Serverless

Yaniv Kaul

VP Research & Development at ScyllaDB
Learn how ScyllaDB Cloud is moving to serverless, transforming its single tenant deployment model into a multi-tenant architecture based on Kubernetes.

Use ScyllaDB Alternator to Use Amazon DynamoDB API, Everywhere, Better, More Affordable, All at Once

Tzach Livyatan

VP of Product at ScyllaDB
The session shows how to save costs by moving workloads from Amazon DynamoDB to ScyllaDB Alternator using real-life examples.

Strategies For Migrating From SQL to NoSQL — The Apache Kafka Way

Geetha Anne

Enterprise Solutions Engineer at Confluent
A simple way to deploy an end-to-end streaming data pipeline that facilitates real-time data transfer from an on-premises relational datastore to a document-oriented NoSQL database with low latency-- all cloud-deployed with Kubernetes.

Sink Your Teeth into Streaming at Any Scale

David Kjerrumgaard

Developer Advocate at StreamNative

Timothy Spann

Developer Advocate at StreamNative
How to build a low-latency scalable platform for today's massively data-intensive real-time streaming applications using ScyllaDB, Pulsar, and Flink.


Piotr Sarna

Staff Software Engineer at ChiselStrike
An overview of libSQL: Chiselstrike's fork of SQLite. Learn details of its architecture and how this fork can be used in distributed settings and automatic replication. WebAssembly integration is covered as well!

Developing Enterprise Consciousness: Building Modern Open Data Platforms

Rahul Xavier Singh

Business Platform Architect at Anant Corporation
How modern open source tools can help synchronize data across applications and open data platforms using low-code ETL/ReverseETL tools. Anant introduces a reference stack that can help you integrate ScyllaDB in your data platform.

CI/CD for Data – Building Data Development Environment with lakeFS

Vinodhini S Duraisamy

Developer Advocate at Treeverse
How to use lakeFS and ScyllaDB to quickly set up a development environment and use it to develop/test data pipelines and products, including best practices for safety and automation.

Scaling ScyllaDB Storage Engine with State-of-Art Compaction

Raphael Carvalho

Software Engineer at ScyllaDB
Learn how ScyllaDB leverages RUM conjecture and controller theory, to deliver a state-of-art LSM-tree compaction for its users.

Maximum Uptime Cluster Orchestration with Ansible

Ryan Ross

Senior Site Reliability Engineer
How to orchestrate your ScyllaDB clusters with confidence using Ansible, including tangible code snippets to help operators and developers safely make changes to their ScyllaDB clusters. These are tips learned the hard way in production so you don't have to.

From Postgres to ScyllaDB: Migration Strategies and Performance Gains

Sebastian Vercruysse

Senior Software Engineer at Coralogix

Dan Harris

Principal Software Engineer at Coralogix
How Coralogix shrank query processing times from 30 seconds (not a typo) to 86 ms by moving from Postgres to ScyllaDB.

Building Next Generation Drivers: Optimizing Performance in Go and Rust

Piotr Grabowski

Software Team Leader at ScyllaDB
Learn the work undertaken to improve performance of ScyllaDB drivers for both Go and Rust.

Optimizing ScyllaDB Performance via Observability

Amnon Heiman

Software Developer at ScyllaDB
ScyllaDB already does a great job at basic performance optimization at install time and run-time, with...

Raft After ScyllaDB 5.2: Safe Topology Changes

Konstantin Osipov

Software Team Lead at ScyllaDB
ScyllaDB’s drive towards strongly consistent features continues, and in this talk I will cover the upcoming...

Retaining Goodput with Query Rate Limiting

Piotr Dulikowski

Senior Software Engineer at ScyllaDB
Distributed systems are usually optimized with particular workloads in mind. At the same time, the system...

The Database Trends that are Transforming Your Database Infrastructure Forever

Peter Zaitsev

Founder at Percona
Today’s companies face dozens of technologies, hundreds or even thousands of individual database instances, and petabytes...

Everything in its Place: Putting Code and Data Where They Belong

Brian Sletten

President at Bosatsu Consulting, Inc.
There is an old saying: A place for everything and everything in its place. It brings...