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RocksDB with Dhruba Borthakur and Igor Canadi

RocksDB is a storage engine based on the log-structured merge tree data structure. RocksDB was developed at Facebook to provide a tool for embedded databases. The code for RocksDB is a

TiDB: Distributed NewSQL with Kevin Xu

When a user interacts with an application to order a ride with a ridesharing app, the data for that user interaction is written to a “transactional” database. A transactional

RSocket: Reactive Streaming Service Networking with Ryland Degnan

Netflix has thousands of service instances communicating with each other. When a Netflix client on a smartphone makes a request for a movie, that request hits Netflix’s backend, where

Looker: Business Intelligence Platform with Daniel Mintz

If a business has been operating successfully for a few years, that business has accumulated a high volume of data. That data exists in spreadsheets, CSV files, log files, and balance

Notebooks at Netflix with Matthew Seal

Netflix has petabytes of data and thousands of workloads running across that data every day. These workloads generate movie recommendations for users, create dashboards for data analysts