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From Tom Diederich <tom.dieder...@gridgain.com>
Subject Berlin and S.F. Bay Area meetups next week featuring Apache Ignite
Date Sat, 17 Feb 2018 01:12:55 GMT
Igniters, 

 

Next week there are a number of events featuring Apache Ignite -- including meetups in Berlin
and the San Francisco Bay Area. 

 

On Tuesday there will be an excellent webinar titled, “Redis Replaced: Why Companies Now
Choose Apache® Ignite™ to Improve Application Speed and Scale.” This webinar, hosted
by Ignite PMC Denis Magda, starts at 11 a.m. Pacific time. Be sure to RSVP!

 

Speaking of Denis, in case you missed it, he published a fantastic blog post yesterday headlined:
“Apache Cassandra vs. Apache Ignite: Strong Consistency and Transactions.” This post,
part of a series on Apache Cassandra vs. Apache Ignite, examines the pros & cons of NoSQL
databases in terms of consistency and ACID transactions compared with how Apache Ignite handles
them. 

 

Meanwhile, starting on Tuesday, Ignite evangelist Akmal Chaudhri touches down in Berlin where
he’ll begin a three-day meetup roadshow. 

 

First up is the Java Usergroup Berlin-Brandenburg Meetup on Tuesday evening. Akmal’s talk
is titled, "Skyrocket Java applications with the open-source Apache Ignite."


Then on Wednesday he’s back behind the podium – this time at the Berlin Kubernetes Meetup.
This meetup is sold-out! Great job, Akmal! There are 125 RSVPs and another 88 on the waiting
list. Akmal’s talk is called, "Distributed Database DevOps Dilemmas? Kubernetes to the rescue!"

 

On Thursday (Feb. 22), Akmal takes the stage at the Big Data, Berlin Meetup. This event’s
venue is large enough so there won’t be a need for a waiting list. Even so, an impressive
156 people have so far RSVP’d. His talk there is titled, “Apache Ignite: the in-memory
hammer in your data science toolkit.”

 

Backing up a day and to the Bay is the fabulous Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup on Feb.
21 in Santa Clara. 

 

Eden Kim, Chair of the SNIA Solid State Storage Technical Work Group will present, "Real-world
workloads and in-memory performance." His discussion will compare real-world datacenter workloads
between NVMe SSD block IO and NVDIMM-N byte addressable load-store.” Ignite committer Valentin
Kulichenko will also speak on, "Building consistent and highly available distributed systems
with Apache Ignite and GridGain." 

 

If you’re at the HQ then RSVP now and make plans to catch all the action.

Read more about all of next week’s event here and have a great weekend!

 


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