Personal schedule for Joshua Galbraith

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Data
Location: Portland 252
Arun Murthy (Hortonworks Inc.)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 14 ratings)
The Apache Hadoop project is becoming the de-facto big-data platform. The community is gearing up the first major release of Hadoop in over 2 years. This talk will cover the major highlights of the release and also the mechanics of what it takes to deliver a major Hadoop release. Arun C Murthy is VP, Apache Hadoop at ASF and the Release Manager for this release. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Nathan Marz (Twitter)
Average rating: ****.
(4.46, 13 ratings)
Storm is an open-source realtime computation system relied upon by Twitter for much of its analytics. Storm does for realtime computation what Hadoop did for batch computation. It has a huge range of applications and combines ease of use with a robust foundation. Since being open-sourced, Storm has been adopted by over 25 companies. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Dave Revell (Urban Airship), Nate Putnam (Urban Airship )
Average rating: ***..
(3.29, 7 ratings)
Turning billions of events into near-realtime analytics is hard. Urban Airship collects events from hundreds of millions of mobile apps and turns them into meaningful analytics using open source technology like Hadoop, Kafka and HBase. We’ll cover near-realtime big data scaling techniques from the architectural level to the operational level. Read more.
Cloud
Location: D139-140
Mahadev Konar (Hortonworks)
Average rating: ***..
(3.10, 10 ratings)
This talk will include a review of the breadth of ZooKeeper features and use cases in low latency systems like ad platforms, high latency WAN environment and high throughput deployments. The talk will also include the future roadmap for ZooKeeper. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Tags: php, nosql, mongodb
Steve Francia (10gen)
Average rating: ***..
(3.75, 8 ratings)
It is common to use multiple systems as part of the infrastructure of an application, but it’s sometimes unclear to developers when to use MongoDB alongside a relational database and what the best practices are. This presentation will introduce MongoDB, make the case for hybrid applications, and outline several real-world examples of such applications. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Nate McCall (Apigee)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 2 ratings)
Integrating a distributed database with standard test-driven development techniques can be next to impossible, especially the breadth and complexity of failure scenarios that need to be created. This Session, led by Nate McCall of DataStax, will show attendees how to make the best of the open source utilities and projects available for integrating Apache Cassandra with your testing environment. Read more.
Location: D136
Moderated by: Dave Stokes
MySQL is the most popular database on the web this BOF is for those who use MySQL, want to use MySQL, are seeking to network with other MySQL professionals, or just hear the latest news about MySQL. Last year's MySQL BOF was lively, well attended, and featured many famous names from the MySQL community. Come join us, talk MySQL, and make new friends. Read more.
Moderated by: Peter Zaitsev
Database backed Full-Text Search (MySQL) and why companies like Craigslist, LivingSocial, and Boardreader from a technical perspective have chosen to utilize Sphinx. Read more.
Sponsored Sessions
Location: E143
Nate Jones (Media Temple), David Castro (Media Temple)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 5 ratings)
Learn how to use open source to build an enterprise grade log processing and searching solution that scales. We’ll cover the challenges and all the software that makes a diy solution possible: logstash, elasticsearch, rabbitmq and Kibana. We’ll cover a practical use case with examples and provide you with everything you need to get up and running. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 2 ratings)
The web consists of free-form links, and Google has excelled at quickly searching through this information. But, finding structured data, such as databases, spreadsheets, and tables is hard: they contain few links into and out of these documents. This talk discusses some of our efforts to find and present this data (focusing on government-generated), making it universally accessible and useful. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Calvin Sun (Twitter)
Average rating: **...
(2.33, 3 ratings)
This is a general session on InnoDB; give a brief overall of InnoDB architecture and its main features; Discuss the current state of InnoDB; also covers InnoDB roadmap. Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Luís Soares (Oracle)
Average rating: ****.
(4.33, 3 ratings)
This session presents how can MySQL replication be used in advanced setups for aggregating data from multiple masters, scaling out to hundreds of servers or even to integrate data into more esoteric slaves like non-relational stores. Read more.
Tools and Techniques
Location: E147
Brian Clapper (Circonus, Inc.)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 8 ratings)
Message Queues are a hot topic, but not all are created equal. After reviewing most of the popular choices, I will review my findings and offer suggestions for which to use when, and pros and cons of each. On the list are RabbitMQ, Kafka, Apache Qpid, Kestrel, ZeroMQ and more as time permits. Read more.
Perl
Location: D136
Average rating: ***..
(3.86, 7 ratings)
How does Unicode support stack up across major platforms, including Java, Perl, Python, Ruby, and more? Who’s doing the best job, and who’s failing miserably? Is anyone doing a good job? Does anyone actually implement to standard, and to what extent? I’ll compare the major platforms to separate the losers from the not-so-losers. Read more.
Location: E146
Peter Zaitsev (Percona Inc)
If you're running MySQL on the large scales you're using MySQL at least some of the technologies on Clustering, Replication or Sharding. Come to This BOF to share your experiences with different strategies, tools and technologies and learn what other people are doing Read more.
Data
Location: Portland 252
Peter Zaitsev (Percona Inc)
Average rating: ***..
(3.60, 5 ratings)
MySQL's configuration file is often the focus of too much attention, and too much tweaking of variables that make no difference -- or worse, have the potential to negatively impact performance. The sample default configuration files that come with MySQL are unfortunately not very helpful or good, either. We'll looking in creating a better one in this session. Read more.
Ops
Location: D139-140
Jay Janssen (Percona, Inc.)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 3 ratings)
This talk will talk about how to optimize available hardware resources using a real-world VPS server running a full LAMP stack, including common tuning choke points and misconfigurations. Read more.
Programming
Location: Portland 256
Kris Jordan (New Media Campaigns)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 2 ratings)
Have you tried learning functional programming but failed to find practical uses? In this session we will apply our knowledge of SQL to illuminate valuable uses of functional programming. Using underscore.js as a foundation, we will write a SQL DSL for querying arrays of objects. You will unearth ideas you've long known about functional programming and thoughts you've never considered about SQL. Read more.

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