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Meetup at NoSQL Now! 2013 Conference (san jose convention center room 212A)

ROOM 212A

Hi Folks -

The kind organizers of NoSQL Now! conference have offered a conference room for our next meetup, as well as a free pass to some keynotes and Exhibit area of the event. Please see the details below to register for the free pass. I will keep you posted on the agenda, my aim being to engage several of the speakers at the event to address our group.


The free pass can be accessed here:
http://documents.dataversity.net/NoSQL2013/invitations/Meetup-v2.html

Make sure to enter the coupon code “MEETUP” for your free pass!
 

 Speaker/talk details:


Near Real Time Processing of High Value Messages
Often NRT systems trade accuracy for speed, accepting "at least once" deliveries, weak or nonexistent transactions or other compromises in pursuit of immediacy.  And often this is fine.  But what about when it isn't?  How can you balance fault tolerance requirements with the need for speed when it comes to messages you absolutely cannot drop?  I'll be covering how this comes up at KIXEYE and how we have approached the problem so far.

Speaker Bio

Chris Mills has been coding since grade school.  Unable to conclusively decide between science and engineering, he has worked on projects in genetics, natural language processing, distance learning, content syndication, automated categorization, and recommender systems.  He loves games and puzzles of all sorts, and thinks that the intersection of Big Data and human behavior offers some of the very best puzzles available.  He is currently the Principal Architect for Analytics Engineering at KIXEYE.


Real-Time Big Data at In-Memory Speed, Using Storm

Storm, a popular framework from Twitter, is used for real-time event processing. The challenge presented is how to manage the state of your real-time data processing at all times. In addition, you need Storm to integrate with your batch processing system (such as Hadoop) in a consistent manner. This session will demonstrate how to integrate Storm with an in-memory database/grid, and explore various strategies for integrating the data grid with Hadoop and Cassandra, seamlessly. By achieving smooth integration with consistent management, you will be able to easily manage all the tiers of you Big Data stack in a consistent and effective way.

 

Speaker Bio

Nati Shalom is the CTO and Founder of GigaSpaces. He is responsible for defining the technology roadmap and the direction of GigaSpaces' products. Nati is also a thought leader in Cloud computing and is the founder of the Israeli cloud.org consortium. He has 15 years of experience with distributed computing and is known as an industry expert in building large scale deployments. As a software visionary and industry leader, Nati is a frequent presenter at industry conferences. Nati holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Coventry University, UK.



Here are the pass details:

We are hosting our Third Annual NoSQL Now! conference at the San Jose Convention Center on August 20-22, 2013. There will be 80+ speakers presenting NoSQL new technologies and best practices. The conference topics allow attendees to evaluate their alternatives for high-scale, real-time, data management and analytics. We will also have all the major NoSQL technology companies exhibiting and presenting their latest solutions.

We’re offering a Free Keynotes and Exhibits Pass to your members. The passes include access to 3 extraordinary keynote presentations on Wednesday and Thursday:

Managing Scale and Complexity, by Adrian Cockcroft, Cloud Architect at Netflix (Wednesday, August 21 at 12:30 – 1:15 pm)

NoSQL Directions, by Max Schireson, CEO of 10gen, The MongoDB Company (Thursday at 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM)

Solving Fictional Problems with NoSQL, by Peter Olson, VP Web Development at Marvel Entertainment (Thursday at 12:30 PM - 1:00 PM)


The free pass can be accessed here:
http://documents.dataversity.net/NoSQL2013/invitations/Meetup-v2.html

Make sure to enter the coupon code “MEETUP” for your free pass!




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  • Nati S.

    There seem to be a problem with the ht.ly link so here is the full link: http://www.slideshare.net/giganati/realtime-big-data-at-inmemory-speed-using-storm

    August 22, 2013

  • DeWayne F.

    Thanks to those that attended. The github link with the code I demoed is: https://github.com/Gigaspaces/storm-integration

    August 22, 2013

  • Nati S.

    Guys here are the slides from yesterday talk: Real-Time Big Data at In-Memory Speed, Using Storm http://ht.ly/oaydc

    Geoff and the team - thanks for the great conversation and for setting this up!

    1 · August 22, 2013

  • Ellen F.

    Good to see you - and thanks again for providing access to NoSQLNow keynotes and exhibits.

    August 21, 2013

  • Anthony F.

    Looking forward to meeting some new people.

    August 21, 2013

  • Ellen F.

    Hi - great idea, thanks. I've signed up, but I have a question: your invitation says the pass is good for exhibits and keynote (I particularly want to hear Adrian/ Netflix) but when I used the code and got the NoSQL NOW pass, it says "Exhibits only". Can you clarify?
    Thanks,
    Ellen

    August 7, 2013

    • geoff h.

      The meetup passes say “exhibit only” but they include access to all three keynotes listed above. So yes, you can see Adrian Cockcroft from Netflix.

      August 8, 2013

  • ze w.

    may be a bit latter since I need to drive their after work

    August 7, 2013

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