September 25, 2013 · 6:30 PM
For this upcoming meetup Michael Kjellman, Software Engineer at Barracuda Networks, has offered to present on his experiences with Apache Cassandra.
Come learn about:
- Continuous Deployments with Cassandra
- Upgrading Cassandra
- When Upgrades Go Wrong
- Coding Complexity Moved to Operations (How to Prepare and Plan)
- Why 'Apt-get/Yum Install Cassandra' is a bad idea
- Why You Should Treat Cassandra’s Code like it's Your Own
Be sure to come straight from the office as food and beverage will be served.
We hope to see you there!
Michael Kjellman is a Software Engineer, from San Francisco, working at Barracuda Networks. Michael works across multiple products, technologies, and languages. He primarily works on Barracuda's spam infrastructure and web filter classification data.
Check out Michael's presentation on YouTube from Cassandra Summit 2013: Hindsight is 20/20. MySQL to Cassandra
6:30pm - Food/Beverage/Social
7:00pm - Continuous Deployments with Cassandra
7:30pm - Q&A