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Tuesday, January 12
 

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

9:44am 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

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

10:40am 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

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
 
Wednesday, January 13
 

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

9:43am 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

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

10:40am 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

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
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