Past Meetup

Learn how Netflix uses Cassandra

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We are thrilled to welcome Christos Kalantzis from Netflix (https://signup.netflix.com/) to come and talk about their use of Cassandra (http://cassandra.apache.org/). Netflix is a company that I personally admire greatly and I personally can't wait to learn more about how they manage their infrastructure. Please join us for what should be an incredibly informative presentation!

This event is a combined meetup with the Colorado Cassandra Users Group (http://www.meetup.com/Colorado-Cassandra-Meetup/). I'm looking forward to meeting more big data professionals.

A big thank you to Brady Gentile from DataStax (http://www.datastax.com/) for helping organize this event!

Don't know where ECCR 1B40 is? Check out page 21 of http://www.colorado.edu/cs/sites/default/files/attached-files/Engineering%20Center%20Floor%20Plans%205.17.13.pdf .

Agenda
6:00 – 6:30 - Socialize over food and drink
6:30 – 6:45 - Announcements, Upcoming Events
6:45 – 8:30 - Cassandra at Netflix - Christos Kalantzis
8:30 – ??? - Continued socializing

About the presentation

Cassandra at Netflix
-What it's used for
-Why
-Foot Print
-Where we want to take it
-How we do it
--Tools used to run it all

About the Speaker

Christos has 15+ years of Data experience. He started his career as an Operational DBA in MS SQL Server, DB2 and MySQL for companies such as Matrox, IBM, InterTrade and HighTail. He has helped design and scale applications for petabytes of data, as a Data Architect, for HighTail and Chegg. He has managed engineering teams at HighTail were he and his team created a Cloud Based File System. He is currently managing the Cloud Database Engineering Team at Netflix. His team is developing new data storage solutions for Netflix Engineers, patching and evolving Apache Cassandra, helping other engineering teams with NoSQL designs and operating thousands of Cassandra nodes across hundreds of Cassandra Clusters.