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Seattle scalability meetup intro slides 24 july 2013
Seattle scalability meetup intro slides 24 july 2013
Seattle scalability meetup intro slides 24 july 2013
Seattle scalability meetup intro slides 24 july 2013
Seattle scalability meetup intro slides 24 july 2013
Seattle scalability meetup intro slides 24 july 2013
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  • 1. Seattle Scalability and Distributed Systems Meetup July 24, 2013 Simply Measured + SpaceCurve
  • 2. Program • Main session(s) • Community announcements • After-beer • Hashtag #SeaScale
  • 3. Simply Measured Simply Measured originally built out its entire data storage platform on MongoDB. Consistency was an issue, and Sharding for each customer’s data source didn’t work well as the size of data for a customer grew. It became clear that it was time to look at other technologies, and we ultimately chose HBase to rebuild our primary datastore. This talk will cover why we chose HBase, how we integrated HBase with the least amount of downtime and impact to our customers, the financial costs of this migration, and where we're going in the future with it. Robert Roland, Lead Software Engineer, Simply Measured @robdaemon
  • 4. SpaceCurve SpaceCurve lives to suss out massive amounts of location, social, sensor, and timeline data. Andrew's talk will dive into how SpaceCurve's new big data platform effortlessly removes the barriers to real-time analysis of enormous, multi- dimensional datasets inherent in current technologies. J. Andrew Rogers, Founder & CTO, SpaceCurve @jandrewrogers
  • 5. After-beer @ Frontier Room 2203 1st Ave, at Blanchard St Connected Intelligence. Powerful Insights.
  • 6. Idea for a talk? In general, we're looking for a deep technical talk with implementation details about a big system that's production-grade :) http://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Hadoop-HBase-NoSQL-Meetup/

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