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CAP Theorem 23 Years Later with Eric Brewer

The CAP theorem, also known as Brewer’s theorem, is a fundamental principle in distributed systems that states that it is impossible to simultaneously achieve three desirable

Cloud-native Search with Paul Masurel

Elasticsearch is the most established solution today to search and analyze large amounts of logs. However, it can be costly and complex to manage. Quickwit searches large amounts of

Shipping Oxide with Bryan Cantrill

Hyperscalers refer to expansive cloud service providers capable of delivering enterprise-scale computing and storage services. These Hyperscalers like Google, Amazon, Facebook that have

Superfast JVM Startup with Gerrit Grunwald

CRaC (Coordinated Restore at Checkpoint) is a new technology that can improve startup and warmup times by orders of magnitude. It is a project of OpenJDK that was proposed and led by

WebAssembly with Matt Butcher

WebAssembly is a low-level binary format for the web that is compiled from other languages to offer maximized performance and is meant to augment the places where JavaScript isn’t