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From Sijie Guo <si...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Announcing BookKeeper Meetup - Tuesday, June 28, 2016 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Date Thu, 16 Jun 2016 08:08:10 GMT
+user@b.a.o

If you happen to be in Bay Area around that time, welcome to join us.

- Sijie

On Wed, Jun 15, 2016 at 3:56 PM, Venkateswara Rao Jujjuri <jujjuri@gmail.com
> wrote:

> http://www.meetup.com/Apache-BookKeeper/events/231766042/
>
> Community participation is greatly appreciated. Please RSVP.
>
> BookKeeper June 2016 meetup (San Francisco)
> Tuesday, June 28, 2016 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
>
> Salesforce
> <
> https://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=123+Mission%2C+San+Francisco%2C+CA%2C+us
> >
>
> 123 Mission, San Francisco, CA (edit map
> <http://www.meetup.com/Apache-BookKeeper/events/231766042/>)
>
> *Salesforce* along with Apache BookKeeper community organizing a meetup and
> would like to invite enthusiasts and evangelists of distributed systems. We
> will be discussing technologies around cloud storage, massaging, and share
> experiences of using open source projects like Apache BookKeeper and
> consensus protocols like Raft. Please RSVP and join us for an evening of
> food, drinks, talks and networking
>
> Agenda:
>
> 5:30 PM - 5:55 PM  Check-in & Network & Food/Drinks
>
> 5:55 PM - 6:00 PM  Opening and Welcome (*Jim Walsh*, SVP, Infrastructure
> Engineering, Salesforce)
>
> 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM  Bookie Storage. Current implementation and new
> experiments (Yahoo)
>
> 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM  Running Bookkeeper At Twitter (Twitter)
>
> 7:00 PM - 7:30 PM  Runway: A new tool for distributed systems. (Salesforce)
>
> 7:30 PM - 8:00 PM  Panel Discussion
>
> 8:00 PM - 8:30 PM  Discussions & Network
>
> *Bookie Storage. Current implementation and new experiments (Matteo Merli,
> Yahoo)*
>
> This talk will do a deep dive on the current incarnation of the  bookie
> storage layer and how that enables high throughput and low latency writes.
> After that, Matteo will present current changes  used by Yahoo and some
> early experiments that are currently ongoing
>
> to use RocksDB as the data storage to better handle mixed workloads and
> minimize impact of JVM GC on write latencies.
>
> *Matteo Merli* is a BookKeeper PMC and the tech lead for Yahoo distributed
> pub-sub messaging service.
>
> *Running Bookkeeper At Twitter (Franck Cuny, Twitter)*
>
> Bookkeeper is at the core of the messaging systems at Twitter. In this talk
> Franck Cuny will talk about the benefits and challenges of running
> Bookkeeper at large scale, including how Twitter runs BookKeeper on Apache
> Mesos, how to monitor and operate this clusters. He will also cover the
> future work on improving operations and reliability.
>
> *Franck Cuny* (@franckcuny <https://twitter.com/franckcuny>) is a SRE for
> the Messaging team at Twitter.
>
>
> *Runway: A new tool for distributed systems (Diego Ongaro, Salesforce)*
>
> Runway is a new distributed system design tool, combining specification,
> model checking, simulation, and visualization. Diego will give a brief
> overview of Raft, Runway and present the Runway model of the Raft consensus
> algorithm, which manages a single replicated log. A similar approach could
> be used to model BookKeeper's internals and future enhancements
>
> *Diego* lives in San Francisco and works on the Compute System team at
> Salesforce. He's interested in distributed systems and formal methods, and
> is developing a new tool called Runway that combines visualization,
> simulation, and model checking. Diego received his PhD in 2014 from
> Stanford, where he was advised by Professor John Ousterhout. During his
> doctorate, he worked on RAMCloud (a 5-10 microsecond round-trip key-value
> store), the Raft consensus algorithm (used in etcd), and LogCabin (a
> production-ready coordination service built with Raft).
> https://ongardie.net
>
> *Panel Discussion*
>
> A Panel discusses what is coming in BookKeeper 4.5.0 release and how to
> scale BookKeeper’s metadata.
>
> *Moderator:*
>
> *Sameer Tiwari*, is a Principal Cloud Architect at Salesforce working on
> building scale out storage systems for both transactional and non
> transactional workloads. Before joining Salesforce, he was working on
> Ad-Serving and User Platform systems at Yahoo and was the Hadoop Architect
> at Pivotal, building storage systems extensions for Big Data Analytics.
>
> *Panel*:
>
> *JV Jujjuri* (Venkateswararao Jujjuri), is a cloud storage architect at
> Salesforce leading an effort to build cloud storage services and a Apache
> Bookkeeper committer. Prior to this JV worked at IBM’s Linux Technology
> Center and worked on multiple storage technologies including NFS-Ganesha, a
> user-space NFS server, VirtFS filesystem, Distributed File Systems (SANFS),
> Clusters(HACMP) and storage virtaulization (SANVC), realtime kernel,
> Multipath device drivers, and various components of storage stack.
>
> *Sijie Guo*, is a staff software engineer at Twitter, where he is tech lead
> of Twitter messaging team and the PMC chair of Apache BookKeeper.
>
> *Matteo Merli* is a BookKeeper PMC and the tech lead for Yahoo distributed
> pub-sub messaging service.
>
>
> --
> Jvrao
> ---
> First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then
> you win. - Mahatma Gandhi
>

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