Kiyoto Tamura Kiyoto Tamura on

Fluentd is an open source data collector started by Treasure Data, that helps simplify and scale log management. In this talk, Kiyoto Tamura, Director of Developer Relations at Treasure Data, Inc. gives an overview and demo of Fluentd and goes through its most popular use cases.

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Toby Matejovsky Toby Matejovsky on

Tapad Director of Engineering, Toby Matejovsky talks about how his team built and scaled their cross device digital advertising platform that handles over 50,000 queries per second per server with sub-millisecond latency, 95-99% of the time. Toby shares lessons learned, scaling tips and best practices as well as answer questions ranging from tools and technologies to people and processes.

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Josh Schwartz Josh Schwartz on

Josh Schwartz, Chief Data Scientist at Chartbeat, talks through the data pipeline they've built to ingest data from billions of browsing sessions per day, as well as the analytics system that processes this data, computes quantitative facts, and parses those facts into text."]

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Matt Story Matt Story on

About the talk: NoSQL databases seem to be everywhere you look these days, whether it's 10gen becoming MongoDB, AWS exposing DynamoDB as a service, or a heated argument overheard at a meetup pinning Riak against Voldemort. In all the hubbub, there is one key-value store replete with name-spacing support, backed by an open standard and supporting a robust and battle-tested authorization scheme that is consistently overlooked -- POSIX filesystems.

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