We thought that the previous semester's seminar series would be our last. We were not sure that we could top our incredible line-up of speakers. We thought we would hang it up and walk away content with what we accomplished. But then the draw of the database game kept calling us back, like a siren song or a hot mixtape track sold out of the back of a semi-legal camper down in the Gates-Hillman Center parking garage.
This is why we are excited to hold "¡Databases! – A Database Seminar Series" this semester at Carnegie Mellon University. Each speaker will present the implementation details of their respective systems and examples of the technical challenges 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:
|Sep 12||Thomas Neumann||Umbra: A Disk-Based System with In-Memory Performance|
|Sep 19||Nileema Shingte, Tyler Jones, Ashish Motivala||Snowflake Iceberg Tables, Steaming Ingest, and Unistore!|
|Sep 26||Ben Hannel||Rockset: High Performance Queries with Dynamically Typed SQL|
|Oct 03||Andrey Borodin||Odyssey: PostgreSQL Connection Proxy!|
|Oct 10||Ben Johnson||Litestream: Making Single-Node Deployments Cool Again|
|Oct 24||Heikki Linnakangas||Neon: Serverless PostgreSQL!|
|Oct 31||Charlie Yang||Architecture Insight of OceanBase: A Distributed SQL Database|
|Nov 07||Yingjun Wu||RisingWave: Reinventing(?!) Stream Processing in the Cloud Era|
|Nov 14||Tengiz Kharatishvili||Direct Database Access Without Database APIs|
|Nov 21||Joran Dirk Greef||TigerBeetle: Magical Memory Tour!|
|Nov 28||Rob Johnson||SplinterDB: A Key-Value Store for Modern Storage Devices|
|Dec 05||Marija Selakovic||CrateDB: Distributed SQL Database built on top of Lucene|