Embedded databases: They're the boxer briefs of the database world in that they are underneath a wide variety of applications, including mobile devices, high performance OLTP systems, and large distributed systems. Given this, we have another season of stellar technical talks coming to Carnegie Mellon University in Fall 2015. The Databaseology Lectures is a semester-long seminar series featuring speakers from the leading developers of embedded database management systems. Each speaker will present the implementation details of their respective systems and examples of the technical challenges that they faced when working with real-world customers. Cancel all of your other appointments, Tinder hook-ups, and parole hearings. You don't want to miss a single event!
Videos will be posted after each talk.
Location: CIC - 4th floor (ISTC Panther Hollow Room)
Organizer: Andy Pavlo
This seminar series is held in conjunction with the following groups at Carnegie Mellon:
|A Technical Introduction to WiredTiger||Link|
D. Richard Hipp
|SQLite, A Database for the Edge of the Network||Link|
|The Lightning Memory-Mapped Database||Link|
Software Engineer, Facebook
|The Journey From Faster To Better||Link|
Ivan T. Bowman
Development Expert, SAP Labs Canada
|SQL Anywhere: Data Management for Occasionally Connected Devices||Link|
Senior MTS, Oracle
|Oracle Berkeley DB, an Open Source Embedded Key/Value Database System||Link|