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The Israel chapter of Amazon Web Services User Group.

The group dedicated to cloud services provided by Amazon.

Upcoming events (1)

NoSQL on AWS (Advanced)


18:00 - 18:30 - Gathering, food & drinks
18:30 - 19:00 - Couchbase - Lessons Learned from Building a NoSQL Database-as-a-Service on AWS
19:00 - 19:30 - DragonflyDB (20k GitHub Stars) - How to efficiently scale your datastore in the cloud.
19:30 - 20:00 - DynamoDB for Analytics

18:30 - 19:00: Lessons Learned from Building a NoSQL Database-as-a-Service on AWS
In this session, we will look at how Couchbase built a managed service using AWS functionality including: EKS, SQS, EC2, EBS, S3, Private Links, CloudTrail, Shield and more. You’ll hear what did and didn’t work and how Couchbase Capella can manage distributed clusters each supporting over 10M operations/second.
Aaron Schneider is a Solutions Engineer at Couchbase. He is a passionate advocate for innovative solutions that can power the next generation of Data, Cloud and AI technology.

19:00 - 19:30: How to efficiently scale your datastore in the cloud
https://github.com/dragonflydb/dragonfly (20k GitHub stars)

In this presentation, we will be introducing Dragonfly, a multi-threaded datastore that is compatible with the Redis API. We'll explore some of the less-discussed issues that come with horizontal scaling in cloud environments like AWS, and we'll illustrate how Dragonfly effectively addresses these challenges.
Ari Shotland is an engineering lead at DragonflyDB. Ari is a software engineering veteran with a passion for distributed systems. Prior to joining DragonflyDB, he held positions of Senior Staff Software Engineer at Google and CTO of Plus500.

19:30 - 20:00: DynamoDB for Analytics
During this talk, we will cover how Similarweb uses DynamoDB to serve analytics over dozens of TB for its customers, its unique advantages, and how the cost issue was overcome.
Yoav Shmaria, VP R&D Platform at SimilarWeb

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