Time series and streaming databases are hot right now. That's why my second wife left me. Just like a lot of people these days, everybody wants one or thinks that they want one. Given this, we are bringing back another season of database technical talks at Carnegie Mellon University in Fall 2017. The "Time Series Database Lectures" is a semester-long seminar series featuring speakers from the leading developers of time series and streaming data 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. You need to attend these lectures. Trust me on this.
Videos will be posted after each talk.
Location: CIC - 4th floor (ISTC Panther Hollow Room)
Organizer: Andy Pavlo
Due to problems in previous seminars, we will not be allowing therapy snakes into the room anymore. Thank you for your cooperation.
This seminar series is held in conjunction with the following groups at Carnegie Mellon:
|Sep 14||Paul Dix
Co-founder & CTO, InfluxData
|InfluxDB Storage Engine Internals|
|Sep 21||Karthik Ramasamy
|Autopiloting #realtime Stream Processing in Heron|
|Oct 12||Saurabh Goel
Software Engineer, Two Sigma Investments
|Smooth Storage : A Distributed Storage System for Managing Structured Time-series Data at Two Sigma|
|Oct 26||Fintan Quill
Engineer, Kx Systems
|Time Series Analytics for Streaming Big Fast Data|
|Nov 2||Edouard Alligand
Founder & CEO, QuasarDB
|QuasarDB: Internals, What Makes A Database Fast?|
|Nov 16||Michael Freedman
|TimescaleDB: Re-engineering PostgreSQL as a Time-series Database|