October 3, 2012 · 6:00 PM
Jon Handler, Solutions Architect, Amazon A9
This technical talk will provide an introduction to Amazon CloudSearch - a new fully-managed search service in the AWS cloud.
Come hear the how search as a service can be deployed faster, easier, and at less cost than existing legacy and open source alternatives.
This session will cover:
- Introduction to search concepts
- Amazon CloudSearch Technical Overview & Coding Examples
- How Reddit Uses Amazon CloudSearch - Keith Mitchell, Programmer, reddit.com
We will leave time at the end to for Q&A and use case discussions
All Along the CloudWatch Tower
Darren Lee (bizo.com) will give a quick overview of the tools Bizo has built on top of CloudWatch and show how incorporating ElastiCache into one of our backend services showed up in our custom latency metrics.
Memcache is webscale
David Terei (memcachier.com) will give a quick overview of how memcache works and then explain how his company redesigned memcache to better support a multi-tenancy cloud computing model.
Don't need NAS, I've got S3
Eric Tschetter, lead architect at Metamarkets, will give a brief overview of Druid, the Metamarkets analytical data store (http://metamarkets.com/category/technology/druid/) and discuss how they have successfully leveraged S3 to significantly simplify the data replication and access story.
Elephant in the Cloud
Ashish Thusoo, Co-Founder and CEO of Qubole, co-creator of Apache Hive.
How do you build a big data service in the Cloud? How can we make queries against relatively slow Cloud Storage Systems fast? How can we take real advantage of the elasticity available in the Cloud? How do you make the Cloud dead easy to use for big data processing?