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Tuesday, January 12
 

8:30am PST

Welcome & Games
Welcome to Scylla Summit 2021! Hear all about our agenda, prize opportunities, and what to expect during the Summit.

Tuesday January 12, 2021 8:30am - 8:35am PST
Main Stage

8:35am PST

Keynote - Prepare to Love Scylla Even More
The ScyllaDB team has accomplished a lot since our last user conference. For example, our DynamoDB API is now GA, running on any cloud or on-prem, and certified as AWS Outposts ready. Our team is busy working on even bigger advancements to widen the gap between Scylla and other NoSQL databases. Join ScyllaDB CEO and co-founder Dor Laor to hear about these new initiatives and to take a look at our product roadmap.

Speakers
avatar for Dor Laor

Dor Laor

CEO, ScyllaDB
Dor Laor is the CEO of ScyllaDB. Previously, Dor was part of the founding team of the KVM hypervisor under Qumranet that was acquired by Red Hat. At Red Hat Dor was managing the KVM and Xen development for several years. Dor holds an MSc from the Technion and a Phd in snowboardin... Read More →


Tuesday January 12, 2021 8:35am - 8:55am PST
Main Stage

8:55am PST

Keynote - Testing Scylla with Jepsen
Jepsen is a tool for testing databases, combining fault injection, generative testing, and sophisticated safety checkers to find concurrency bugs and availability issues. We worked with the Scylla team to identify multiple safety issues in Scylla's lightweight transactions (LWT) layer, including split-brain behavior and write loss in healthy clusters. In this talk, we'll discuss testing techniques more generally, and what we found (and what was fixed!) in ScyllaDB.

Speakers
avatar for Kyle Kingsbury

Kyle Kingsbury

Principal, Jepsen
Kyle Kingsbury is a computer safety researcher working as an independent consultant. He's the author of the Riemann monitoring system, the Clojure from the Ground Up introduction to programming, and the Jepsen series on distributed systems correctness. He grills databases in the American... Read More →


Tuesday January 12, 2021 8:55am - 9:16am PST
Main Stage

9:16am PST

Raft in Scylla
Agreement in a distributed system is complicated but required. Scylla gained lightweight transactions through Paxos but the latter has a cost of 3X roundtrips. Raft can allow consistent transactions without the performance penalty. Beyond LWT, we plan to integrate Raft with most aspects of Scylla making a leap forward in manageability and consistency

Speakers
avatar for Konstantin Osipov

Konstantin Osipov

Software Team Leader, ScyllaDB
Kostja is a well-known expert in the DBMS world, spending most of his career developing open-source DBMS including Tarantool and MySQL. At ScyllaDB his focus is transaction support and synchronous replication.


Tuesday January 12, 2021 9:16am - 9:32am PST
Main Stage

9:32am PST

Zillow: Optimistic Concurrency Using Write-time Timestamps
Consuming messages from multiple sources in a scalable service sharing the same Scylla cluster can be problematic, especially when those sources provide data from two queues each and cannot deliver guaranteed in-order messages. At Zillow, we provide the Scylla write timestamp and employ a couple other tricks at Zillow to provide correct and consistent data to our consuming services and avoid doing transactions. Additionally, our data model is a simple compound key that contains a large binary Avro document.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Podhola

Dan Podhola

Principal Software Engineer, Zillow


Tuesday January 12, 2021 9:32am - 9:44am PST
Main Stage

9:44am PST

Empowering the DynamoDB Application Developer with Alternator
Getting started with AWS DynamoDB™ is famously easy, but as an application grows and evolves it often starts to struggle with DynamoDB’s limitations. We introduce Scylla’s Alternator, which provides the same API as DynamoDB but aims to empower the application developer. In this presentation we will survey some of Alternator’s developer-centered features: Alternator lets you test and eventually deploy your application anywhere, on any public cloud or private cluster. It efficiently supports multiple tables so it does not require difficult single-table design. Finally, Alternator provides the developer with strong observability tools. The insights provided by these tools can detect bottlenecks, improve performance and even lower its cost.

Speakers
avatar for Nadav Har’El

Nadav Har’El

Distinguished Engineer, ScyllaDB
Nadav Har'El has had a diverse 20-year career in computer programming and computer science. Among other things, he worked on high-performance scientific computing, networking software, information retrieval and data mining, virtualization and operating systems. Today he works on... Read More →


Tuesday January 12, 2021 9:44am - 9:56am PST
Main Stage

9:56am PST

GE Healthcare: Enabling Precision Health with Edison AI
GE Healthcare required the fast performance of a DynamoDB-compatible database, but to run on-premises to ensure patient data remained confidential. Find out how they employed Scylla's DynamoDB-compatible API to provide precision medical diagnoses in their Edison AI solution

Speakers
avatar for Sandeep Lakshmipathy

Sandeep Lakshmipathy

Director of Engineering, Edison AI, GE Healthcare
Sandeep Lakshmipathy is the Director of Engineering for Edison AI at GE Healthcare. He currently leads several initiatives to accelerate AI product development across healthcare products. Sandeep holds a B.Tech in Computer Science from Bangalore University, a Master’s degree in... Read More →


Tuesday January 12, 2021 9:56am - 10:07am PST
Main Stage

10:07am PST

Scylla Operator 1.0
Scylla Kubernetes support is long anticipated. Powered by Kubernetes, Scylla becomes easy to manage. Scale out, rolling upgrade, automatic configuration change in canary deployment style and so forth. The talk will demonstrate Scylla Operator 1.0 and go over its supported feature set and describe the roadmap ahead.

Speakers
avatar for Maciej Zimnoch

Maciej Zimnoch

Software Engineer, ScyllaDB
Maciej is a Go and C++ enthusiast. He is a software engineer working on Scylla management tools. Previously he worked in network companies where he delivered multiple features to SDN solutions and LTE networks.


Tuesday January 12, 2021 10:07am - 10:21am PST
Main Stage

10:21am PST

Grab at Scale with Scylla
Grab is a “superapp,” an all-in-one app used by tens of millions of users daily across Southeast Asia to shop, hail rides, make payments and order food deliveries. Discover how Grab is using Scylla today to continuously evolve and expand its platform and capabilities to new use cases.

Speakers
avatar for Chao Wang

Chao Wang

Software Dev Engineer Manager, Grab
Chao is working on Grab’s Trust team and contributing on building the ML driven fraud detection platformWorked on moving the engineering and the machine learning challenges forward in the last 5 more years
avatar for Arun Sandu

Arun Sandu

Engineer, Grab
• Arun works on design, automation of reliable and scalable NoSQL datastores, operating in a cloud environment across Grab.• Worked at Starbucks building highly resilient scalable infrastructure and a distributed datastore for Rewards program in North America and Japan market... Read More →


Tuesday January 12, 2021 10:21am - 10:35am PST
Main Stage

10:35am PST

Demo Break
Check out our Lounges for Demos and meet and greets with our speakers or meet other attendees using the Network tab.

Tuesday January 12, 2021 10:35am - 10:40am PST
Main Stage

10:40am PST

Scylla's Journey Towards Being an Elastic Cloud Native Database
Cloud Native Databases are required to scale while serving the increase in online workload with a minimal disruption and complete it as fast as possible. In this session we will review the different components that are stressed in scaling scenarios and present work we have done over the year to improve Scylla’s elasticity as we enhance it to be a true Cloud Native Database.

Speakers
avatar for Shlomi Livne

Shlomi Livne

VP of R&D, ScyllaDB
Shlomi Livne has 15 years of experience in software development of large scale systems. Previously he has led the research and development team at Convergin, which was acquired by Oracle. Shlomi holds a BA and MSc in Computer Science from the Technion-Machon Technologi Le’ Isra... Read More →


Tuesday January 12, 2021 10:40am - 10:50am PST
Main Stage

10:50am PST

Scylla @ Disney+ Hotstar
Disney+ Hotstar provides on-demand video to more than 18.5 million paid subscribers and 300 million monthly active users. Hotstar's India Premier League (IPL) coverage in 2020 made it the most widely streamed sports events in the world to date. Learn why they chose Scylla Cloud to replace both Redis and Elasticsearch, and how they migrated their data with no downtime.

Speakers
avatar for Balakrishnan Kaliyamoorthy

Balakrishnan Kaliyamoorthy

Senior Data Engineer, Disney+ Hotstar


Tuesday January 12, 2021 10:50am - 11:06am PST
Main Stage

11:06am PST

Scylla Cloud on Display
Join us for a session showcasing Scylla Cloud and how easy it is to integrate and connect with your applications and forget about all aspects of managing, securing, scaling and maintaining a distributed, always-on database. We will demo Scylla Cloud and present deployment and account options over various cloud providers.

Speakers
avatar for Erez Mazor

Erez Mazor

Director of Engineering, ScyllaDB
Twenty years of experience working in the software engineering industry with a focus on distributed systems and big data infrastructure. Leadership position as platform R&D manager in several high-scale companies during intense growth period from small startups to large companies... Read More →
avatar for Noam Hasson

Noam Hasson

Software Developer, ScyllaDB
Noam Hasson has over 15 years of experience in software development, starting with web development and moving into big data six years ago. After 6 years of working with Cassandra, he is excited to join the team that develops Scylla.


Tuesday January 12, 2021 11:06am - 11:19am PST
Main Stage

11:19am PST

Scylla @ GumGum: Contextual Ads
Gumgum is a global media company specializing in contextual intelligence. Find out how and why they moved to Scylla Cloud to meet their growing customer demands and deliver on their promise of future proofed solutions.

Speakers
avatar for Keith Sader

Keith Sader

Senior Manager, Ad Server, GumGum
Keith is an agile engineering manager experienced in bringing together teams both remote and local, tying in stakeholders, and making things better for all parties. Always exploring new technologies with the perspective of a legion of failed 'better ways.”


Tuesday January 12, 2021 11:19am - 11:34am PST
Main Stage

11:35am PST

Expero/QOMPLX: Using Scylla with JanusGraph for Cyber Security
Come hear how QOMPLX, a leader in Cyber Security Risk Management solutions uses ScyllaDB and JanusGraph to detect, manage and assess risks for large corporate and government clients. By leveraging two highly horizontally scalable and fault tolerant technologies, QOMPLX can flex with their clients' needs.

Speakers
avatar for Angad Salaria

Angad Salaria

Director of Engineering at QOMPLX, Inc., Qomplx
Angad leads development of QOMPLX's cloud-based Enterprise Operating System, Q:OS – a unified analytics infrastructure for enterprise decision making. Angad holds a B.E. in Electronics & Telecom from the University of Pune, India, and an MSc in Information Systems from Virginia... Read More →
avatar for Brian Hall

Brian Hall

Graph & Analytics Practice Leader, Expero
Brian leads the Graph and Analytics Practice at Expero, with consulting expertise across a wide array of graph engines including JanusGraph, DataStax, Neo4j, Tigergraph, Neptune, and CosmosDB. Brian has been developing software and consulting for over 25 years and holds a B.S. in... Read More →


Tuesday January 12, 2021 11:35am - 11:47am PST
Main Stage

11:47am PST

Ticketmaster Performance Test: Scylla, DataStax DSE and Apache Cassandra
Ticketmaster is part of Live Nation Entertainment, the world's leading live entertainment company. Learn why they went with Scylla after conducting performance testing between Scylla, Apache Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise.

Speakers
avatar for Linda Xu

Linda Xu

VP, Data platform, Ticketmaster
Linda Xu is the Vice President of Data Platform at Ticketmaster, where she has worked on both SQL and NoSQL infrastructure for over a decade. Her work included providing and maintaining data/database platforms for Ticketmaster’s core transaction and consumer experiences system... Read More →


Tuesday January 12, 2021 11:47am - 12:02pm PST

12:02pm PST

Day 2 Preview & Prizes
Hear the highlights of Day 1 and a preview of the great content lineup on Day 2!

Tuesday January 12, 2021 12:02pm - 12:05pm PST
Main Stage
 
Wednesday, January 13
 

8:30am PST

Welcome & Games
Welcome to Day 2 of Scylla Summit 2021! Hear all about our agenda, prize opportunities, and what to expect during the Summit.

Wednesday January 13, 2021 8:30am - 8:35am PST
Main Stage

8:35am PST

Keynote - Meeting the Challenge of Big Data with Scylla
Scylla has emerged as the most cost-effective way to serve large amounts of data. In this keynote we will cover what makes Scylla such a great match for big data applications, what we’ve done over the past year, and our plans for the near future: performance, reliability, manageability, and above all, making Scylla easier to consume in the modern cloud environment.

Speakers
avatar for Avi Kivity

Avi Kivity

CTO, ScyllaDB
Kivity, CTO of ScyllaDB, is known mostly for starting the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) project, the hypervisor underlying many production clouds. He has worked for Qumranet and Red Hat as KVM maintainer until December 2012. Avi is now CTO of ScyllaDB, a company that seeks to... Read More →


Wednesday January 13, 2021 8:35am - 9:05am PST
Main Stage

9:05am PST

Best Practices for Change Data Capture in Scylla
Scylla's CDC is now GA. With it you can build applications that need to collect a stream of changes (optionally with pre/post image). In this session we will review the concepts behind CDC: how data is stored, and how you can query it. In addition we will review best practices for building applications to extract the data using the primitives, and some foundation libraries we are building to assist you.

Speakers
avatar for Calle Wilund

Calle Wilund

Software Developer, ScyllaDB
Co-founder of Appeal Virtual Machines and one of the principal architects behind the JRockit JVM, Calle Wilund has an extensive background in software development, specializing in virtual machines, compiler technologies and high performance computing as well as systems manageabil... Read More →


Wednesday January 13, 2021 9:05am - 9:19am PST
Main Stage

9:19am PST

Confluent: Streaming Data from Scylla to Kafka
Change Data Capture (CDC) and the Kafka Scylla Connector now allow Scylla to act as a data producer for Kafka streams. Discover how combining Scylla with the Confluent platform allows to maximize the value of NoSQL data by introducing Scylla as a key component of event driven architecture and enables streaming database changes, enriching these updates via message transformations, and allowing users to efficiently run data pipelines.

Speakers
avatar for Tim Berglund

Tim Berglund

Senior Director of Developer Advocacy, Confluent
Tim is a teacher, author and technology leader with Confluent, where he serves as the Senior Director of Developer Advocacy. He can frequently be found speaking at conferences all over the world. He is the co-presenter of various O’Reilly training videos on topics ranging from Git... Read More →


Wednesday January 13, 2021 9:19am - 9:32am PST
Main Stage

9:32am PST

Numberly: Getting the Scylla Shard-Aware Drivers Faster
Alexys will explain how Scylla shard-aware drivers are implemented and why Scylla benefits from them. Taking the Python shard-aware driver as an example, Alexys will demonstrate how recent shard-aware drivers can leverage the new shard allocation algorithm that Scylla 4.3 brings to the table, and how to make use of it from a developer or administrator point of view. Alexys will showcase benefits from real production graphs observed at Numberly.

Speakers
avatar for Alexys Jacob

Alexys Jacob

CTO, Numberly
Alexys is CTO at Numberly. He is an open-source contributor, a Gentoo Linux developer, and PSF contributing member. He enjoys sharing his experience on architecture design, distributed systems, fault tolerance and scaling Python.


Wednesday January 13, 2021 9:32am - 9:43am PST
Main Stage

9:43am PST

Scylla Performance Enhancements: Year in Review
The talk will cover most of the performance enhancement introduced to Scylla over the past 12 months. As the throughput was very good before, we focused on Scylla’s behaviour under all types of workloads and data models. Scylla improved its latency under all scenarios, improving the behaviours of data models such as large partitions and time series, improvement of the I/O scheduler and behaviour of streaming and repair.

Speakers
avatar for Tomasz Grabiec

Tomasz Grabiec

Distinguished Engineer, ScyllaDB
Tomasz Grabiec is a software engineer currently working on ScyllaDB and Seastar. Prior to that, he worked on the OSv unikernel. Before joining ScyllaDB he worked on systems built in Java technology for UBS IB and Sabre Holdings. He was a contributor to the Jato JVM project.


Wednesday January 13, 2021 9:43am - 9:56am PST
Main Stage

9:56am PST

Mail.ru: High-Load Storage of Users' Actions with Scylla and HDDs
The presentation gives a brief overview of the high-load service that stores users' actions. The given service is able to serve up to 240k writes per second in less than 2ms 95 percentile with just a few ScyllaDB nodes packed with HDDs. Hardware setup, cluster specification, live load numbers and latencies achieved are given. The problems we encountered with HDD setup are described along with the possible solutions to them.

Speakers
avatar for Kirill Alekseev

Kirill Alekseev

Software Engineering Team Lead, Mail.Ru
Kirill is a software engineering team lead for the largest email service provider in Russia. Kirill graduated from Lomonosov Moscow State University with a Master’s Degree in Computer Science. He loves coding, music and parties.


Wednesday January 13, 2021 9:56am - 10:09am PST
Main Stage

10:09am PST

The All-New Scylla Monitoring Stack
Scylla Monitoring has been enhanced to be a one stop shop to monitor Scylla. To achieve this, scylla-monitoring now includes a CQL interface and log collection analysis. The combination of matrices, alerts, logs & CQL allows not only a single point to view all the information but also to advise you what may be the source of a performance/latency degradation (malfunctioning node).

Speakers
avatar for Amnon Heiman

Amnon Heiman

Software Developer, ScyllaDB
Amnon has 15 years of experience in software development of large scale systems. Previously he worked at Convergin, which was acquired by Oracle. Amnon holds a BA and MSc in Computer Science from the Technion-Machon Technologi Le’ Israel and an MBA from Tel Aviv University.


Wednesday January 13, 2021 10:09am - 10:19am PST
Main Stage

10:19am PST

Expedia: Our Migration to Scylla
Expedia Group is a multibillion dollar online travel company. Learn why they decided to move from Apache Cassandra to Scylla to further their corporate growth, what they learned in the migration process, and how Scylla improved their operations.

Speakers
avatar for Singaram Ragunathan

Singaram Ragunathan

Data Architect, Expedia group
Singaram is a seasoned data professional who’s passionate about distributed database systems, highly scalable big data models, data pipelines and application software. He has fun building database infrastructure as code and helping application teams with their journey to cloud... Read More →
avatar for Dilip Kolasani

Dilip Kolasani

Database Reliability Engineer & Cloud Engineer, Expedia Group


Wednesday January 13, 2021 10:19am - 10:30am PST
Main Stage

10:30am PST

Award Winners & Demo Break
Join us as we announce this years' customer award winners and check out our Demo Lounges.

Wednesday January 13, 2021 10:30am - 10:40am PST
Main Stage

10:40am PST

How We Made Scylla Maintenance Easier, Safer and Faster
Many Scylla maintenance operations require significant data movement between database nodes in a cluster. It is not an easy task to make the management operations efficient while maintaining minimum impact on the workload all the time. In this talk, we will share how we made those maintenance operations easier, safer and faster with the new Scylla features and improvements, e.g., seedless, repair based node operations, smarter off-strategy compaction, io bandwidth limiter for repair and compaction, parallel repair in Scylla Manger and more.

Speakers
avatar for Asias He

Asias He

Software Developer, ScyllaDB
Asias He is a software developer with over 10 years of experience in programming. In the past, he worked on Debian Project, Solaris Kernel, KVM Virtualization for Linux, OSv unikernel. He now works on Seastar and ScyllaDB.


Wednesday January 13, 2021 10:40am - 10:51am PST
Main Stage

10:51am PST

IOTA: How IOTA Uses Scylla to Store Unbounded Flow
IOTA Foundation has created a feeless, minerless distributed ledger technology. While many transactions on the Tangle occur on ephemeral nodes, some transactions require strong data governance and data retention that can may require years or potentially decades of persistent storage. In these use cases, learn how IOTA Foundation implemented Scylla as a data store for Chronicle, its permanode solution.

Speakers
avatar for Louay Kamel

Louay Kamel

Distributed systems engineer, IOTA Foundation
Louay's passion is in parallel programming, storage, consensus algorithms and distributed systems. And he drinks a lot of coffee.


Wednesday January 13, 2021 10:51am - 11:04am PST
Main Stage

11:04am PST

Developing Scylla Applications: Practical Tips
Scylla allows us to create highly performant and scalable systems. However, to achieve good results and prevent our Scylla cluster from being overloaded, we need to properly write our client application and configure the driver. Join this session to learn some practical tips that can help you make your applications faster and more available.

Speakers
avatar for Kamil Braun

Kamil Braun

Software Engineer, ScyllaDB
Kamil is a software engineer working on Scylla. He’s passionate about distributed systems, functional programming and formal methods in software development. Kamil graduated from the University of Warsaw with BSc in Computer Science and Mathematics.


Wednesday January 13, 2021 11:04am - 11:18am PST
Main Stage

11:18am PST

Broadpeak: Building a Video Streaming Testing Framework with Seastar
At Broadpeak, we initiated an effort to use an in-house benchmarking tool built upon Seastar. Our benchmarking tool emulates thousands of HLS or DASH video clients benefiting from the asynchronous programming model of Seastar with capabilities similar to JMeter but with complete support for HTTP/2, as well as high performance thanks to an extensive use of the native stack based on TCP. We tested up to 170 Gbps HTTP/1.1 traffic and 100+ Gbps HTTP/2 on a single dual-socket server. This shows that Seastar is well suited for applications beyond servers. During the presentation, we will highlight some limitations of Seastar we identified for such kind of client applications and the fixes we made.

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas Le Scouarnec

Nicolas Le Scouarnec

Senior R&D Engineer, Broadpeak
Nicolas Le Scouarnec is an R&D engineer at Broadpeak, a provider of CDN equipment for ISPs. He likes squeezing as much performance as possible from hardware. He currently focuses on performance evaluation of video delivery systems. Previously, he worked on optimizing networked systems... Read More →


Wednesday January 13, 2021 11:18am - 11:32am PST
Main Stage

11:32am PST

Redpanda: A New Streaming Storage Engine for Modern Hardware
Computers now have 1000x faster disks, 100x bigger network pipes and 20x the number of cores than a decade ago. These advances are often wasted on software designs that ignore these revolutionary changes to the hardware underlying their platform. Learn how Vectorized leverages Seastar to build a new streaming engine that is Kafka API compatible yet offering 10x performance improvements.

Speakers
avatar for Alex Gallego

Alex Gallego

CEO, Vectorized
Alex is the Founder and CEO of Vectorized. He’s spent 12 years in streaming. Previously he was a principal engineer at Akamai through the 2016 acquisition of Concord.io, a C++ Stream Processing engine.


Wednesday January 13, 2021 11:32am - 11:45am PST
Main Stage

11:45am PST

Ola’s Journey with ScyllaDB
Ola is India's leading on demand ride-hailing business. Over one million drivers rely on us for a high throughput, low latency, and high availability systems on the backend to serve millions of rides everyday. It is critical that our software systems are architected to support this real-time nature of our business. An important component of our internet scale consumer system is the database. In this talk we are going to share how we are using Scylla database to support various critical real time use-cases

Speakers
avatar for Anil Yadav

Anil Yadav

Engineering Manager, Ola Cabs
Anil is a database engineer at Ola Cabs, where he works on database and infrastructure. Prior to Ola, he worked on Snapdeal/PayTM’s data infrastructure. His expertise is architecting databases for scale.


Wednesday January 13, 2021 11:45am - 11:55am PST
Main Stage

11:55am PST

Wrap-up & Prizes
We'll review the conference highlights and share what you need to know for free training on Day 3!

Wednesday January 13, 2021 11:55am - 12:00pm PST
Main Stage
 
Thursday, January 14
 

8:30am PST

Welcome & Training Day Preview
Join us to hear more about our training day sessions and find out how to win prizes.

Thursday January 14, 2021 8:30am - 8:35am PST
Main Stage

8:35am PST

Getting Started with Scylla
This session provided an introduction to Scylla Architecture, basic concepts, and basic data modeling. It covers the Scylla architecture, the effects of the architecture, what happens in a Scylla cluster on a read and write, partitioning of data in Scylla, different concepts and components in Scylla, and the basics of data modeling

Speakers
avatar for Guy Shtub

Guy Shtub

Training Product Lead, ScyllaDB
Guy is experienced in creating products that people love. Previously he co-founded two start-ups. Outside of the office, you can find him climbing, juggling and generally getting off the beaten path. Guy holds a B.SC. degree in Software Engineering from Ben Gurion University.


Thursday January 14, 2021 8:35am - 9:25am PST
Training Sessions

8:35am PST

Kubernetes Operator
This session will cover our new and exciting K8 Operator for Scylla. We’ll discuss why to use K8s and all its aspects such as pods and statefulsets, Plus learn about Scylla Operator’s features and roadmap. Plus a quick example of how to use the Operator and discuss some best practices.

Speakers
avatar for Moreno Garcia

Moreno Garcia

Solutions Architect, ScyllaDB
Moreno Garcia is a problem solver by talent and trade. He has worked in IT for 15 years, the last five as a solution architect. An open source software enthusiast, Moreno loves applying new technology to solve old problems, and hates acronyms with a passion.


Thursday January 14, 2021 8:35am - 9:25am PST
Training Sessions

9:30am PST

Advanced Monitoring and Best Practices
This session will start with an overview of our Scylla Monitoring Stack, which is your first resource for understanding what’s happening in your cluster and your application, and for getting alerts when something goes wrong. Scylla exports thousands of different metrics. We will show how to use Scylla Monitoring to make sense of all that data and provide a full picture of how well your hardware is set up and used, what is the current / historic state of the cluster and how well your app is written.

Speakers
avatar for Shlomi Livne

Shlomi Livne

VP of R&D, ScyllaDB
Shlomi Livne has 15 years of experience in software development of large scale systems. Previously he has led the research and development team at Convergin, which was acquired by Oracle. Shlomi holds a BA and MSc in Computer Science from the Technion-Machon Technologi Le’ Isra... Read More →


Thursday January 14, 2021 9:30am - 10:25am PST
Training Sessions

9:30am PST

How to Write Better Apps
In this class we will touch on Advanced Data Modeling and Data Types, Scylla shard-aware drivers, Materialized Views, Global and Local Secondary Indexes and Compaction Strategies. We will also talk about tips and best practices for writing applications for Scylla.

Speakers
avatar for Tzach Livyatan

Tzach Livyatan

VP of Product, ScyllaDB
Tzach Livyatan has a B.A. and MSc in Computer Science (Technion, Summa Cum Laude), and has had a 15 year career in development, system engineering and product management. In the past he worked in the Telecom domain, focusing on carrier grade systems, signalling, policy and charging... Read More →


Thursday January 14, 2021 9:30am - 10:25am PST
Training Sessions

10:30am PST

Scylla Alternator: Migrations without Compromise
Migrations without Compromise: Here we will share details of our Project Alternator DynamoDB-compatible API and how to migrate from Amazon DynamoDB to Scylla, online and without any downtime. We will cover the considerations and strategies of making data migrations at scale.

Speakers
avatar for Avishai Ish-Shalom

Avishai Ish-Shalom

Developer Advocate, ScyllaDB
“In a world where anything has an API, everything is a software problem.” This insight has guided Avishai Ish-Shalom throughout his diverse career working on improving the complex socio-technical systems that create an operate modern software and promoting the use of Mathematics... Read More →


Thursday January 14, 2021 10:30am - 11:25am PST
Training Sessions

10:30am PST

Scylla Manager and Cluster Administration
This session will cover how to administer a Scylla Cluster. Topics include: Adding/removing a node, adding/removing data centers, what are repairs and why are they needed, cluster backup (through Scylla Manager), cluster restore options, Scylla security settings, Scylla Manager and how the new Scylla Agent works.

Speakers
avatar for Tomer Sandler

Tomer Sandler

Customer Success Manager, ScyllaDB
Tomer Sandler joined ScyllaDB as a solution architect after a 12 year career in SW Quality Engineering, mostly in storage and telecom lawful interception domains. Prior to ScyllaDB, Tomer held various QA management roles at Dell EMC, leading a group of QA engineers and information... Read More →


Thursday January 14, 2021 10:30am - 11:25am PST
Training Sessions

11:25am PST

Wrap-up & Prizes
We will wrap up the conference with highlights and next steps. Thanks for joining us for Scylla Summit 2021!

Thursday January 14, 2021 11:25am - 11:30am PST
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