There are some things in life that are just better when you have more of it. Fresh oranges. Toilet paper. And vaccines!
We are hosting the second dose of Carnegie Mellon University's "Vaccination Database Tech Talks" on-line seminar series. 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.
All talks are on-line and open to the public via Zoom. You do not need to be a current CMU student to attend. Random people off of the internet are especially welcome. Videos will be posted on the CMU-DB Youtube Channel after each talk.
This seminar series is held in conjunction with the following groups at Carnegie Mellon:
|rqlite: The Distributed Database Built on Raft and SQLite
|Google Napa: Powering Scalable Data Warehousing with Robust Query Performance
|The TileDB Universal Database
|Bodo: Automatic HPC Performance and Scaling for Data Processing in Python
|How to Count Things with dbt
Senior Principal Engineer
|Reinventing Amazon Redshift
|An Overview of the Starburst Trino Query Optimizer
|The Pinecone Vector Database System
Director of Engineering
|Vertica – High Performance Over Varying Terrain
|Fluree - Cloud-Native Ledger Graph Database
|Query Optimization and Acceleration at Dremio
|Convex: Life Without a Backend Team
|Arrow-native Query Engines in 2021 and Beyond
|How We Build Firebolt