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From Dmitriy Setrakyan <dsetrak...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Upcoming Apache Ignite events this month
Date Thu, 01 Feb 2018 23:52:21 GMT
Great to see such a busy schedule!

Ignite community is unstoppable :)

D.

On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 3:19 PM, Tom Diederich <tom.diederich@gridgain.com>
wrote:

> Igniters,
>
> The following is a list of upcoming events in February. To view this list
> from the Ignite events page, click here
> <https://ignite.apache.org/events.html>.
>
> *Tokyo*
>
> *February 1:*  *Meetup*: Meet Apache Ignite In-Memory Computing Platform
>
>  Join Roman Shtykh at the Tech it Easy- Tokyo Meetup for an introductory
> talk on Apache Ignite.
>
>  In this talk you will learn about Apache Ignite memory-centric
> distributed database, caching, and processing platform. Roman will explain
> how one can do distributed computing, and use SQL with horizontal
> scalability and high availability of NoSQL systems with Apache Ignite.
>
>  Only six spots left so RSVP now! http://bit.ly/2nygyRI
>
>  *San Francisco Bay Area*
>
>  *February 7*: *Conference talk:* Apache Ignite Service Grid: Foundation
> of Your Microservices-Based Solution
>
>  Denis Magda will be attending DeveloperWeek 2018 in San Francisco to
> deliver presentation that provides a step-by-step guide on how to build a
> fault-tolerant and scalable microservices-based solution using Apache
> Ignite's Service Grid and other components to resolve these aforementioned
> issues.
>
>  Details here: http://bit.ly/2BHwFBr
>
>
>
> *London*
>
>  *February 7:* *Meetup:* Building consistent and highly available
> distributed systems with Apache Ignite
>
>  Akmal Chaudhri will speak at the inaugural gathering of the London
> In-Memory Computing Meetup.
>
>  He'll explain that while it is well known that there is a tradeoff
> between data consistency and high availability, there are many applications
> that require very strong consistency guarantees. Making such applications
> highly available can be a significant challenge. Akmal will explain how to
> overcome these challenges.
>
> This will be an outstanding event with free food and beverages. Space is
> limited, however. RSVP now to reserve your spot (you may also include 2
> guests).
>
> http://bit.ly/2BH893c
>
>
> *Boston*
>
> *February 12: Meetup*: Turbocharge your MySQL queries in-memory with
> Apache Ignite
>
> Fotios Filacouris will be the featured speaker at the Boston MySQL Meetup
> Group.
>
> The abstract of his talk: Apache Ignite is a unique data management
> platform that is built on top of a distributed key-value storage and
> provides full-fledged MySQL support.Attendees will learn how Apache Ignite
> handles auto-loading of a MySQL schema and data from PostgreSQL, supports
> MySQL indexes, supports compound indexes, and various forms of MySQL
> queries including distributed MySQL joins.
>
> Space is limited so RSVP today! http://bit.ly/2DP8W44
>
>
> *Boston*
>
> *February 13: Meetup* -- Java and In-Memory Computing: Apache Ignite
>
>  Fotios Filacouris will speak at the Boston Java Meetup Group
>
> In his talk, Foti will introduce the many components of the open-source
> Apache Ignite. Meetup members, as Java professionals, will learn how to
> solve some of the most demanding scalability and performance challenges.
> He’ll also cover a few typical use cases and work through some code
> examples. Attendees would leave ready to fire up their own database
> deployments!
>
> RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2BJ1nde
>
>
>
> *Sydney, Australia  *
>
> *February 13: Meetup:* Ignite your Cassandra Love Story: Caching
> Cassandra with Apache Ignite
>
> Rachel Pedreschi will be the guest speaker at the Sydney Cassandra Users
> Meetup. In this session attendees will learn how Apache Ignite can
> turbocharge a Cassandra cluster without sacrificing availability
> guarantees. In this talk she'll cover:
>
>
>
>    - An overview of the Apache Ignite architecture
>    - How to deploy Apache Ignite in minutes on top of Cassandra
>    - How companies use this powerful combination to handle extreme OLTP
>    workloads
>
>
>  RSVP now to secure your spot: http://bit.ly/2sydneytalk
>
>
>
> * February 14: Webinar:*  Getting Started with Apache® Ignite™ as a
> Distributed Database
>
> Join presenter Valentin Kulichenko in this live webinar featuring Apache
> Ignite native persistence --  a distributed ACID and SQL-compliant store
> that turns Apache Ignite into a full-fledged distributed SQL database.
>
>  In this webinar, Valentin will:
>
>
>
>    -  Explain what native persistence is, and how it works
>    - Show step-by-step how to set up Apache Ignite with native persistence
>    - Explain the best practices for configuration and tuning
>
>
> RSVP now to reserve your spot: http://bit.ly/2E0SWiS
>
>
>
> *Copenhagen*
>
> *February 14: Meetup: *Apache Ignite: the in-memory hammer in your data
> science toolkit
>
> Akmal Chaudhri will be the guest speaker at the Symbion IoT Meetup
> (Copenhagen, Denmark). In this presentation, Akmal will explain some of the
> main components of Apache Ignite, such as the Compute Grid, Data Grid and
> the Machine Learning Grid. Through examples, attendees will learn how
> Apache Ignite can be used for data analysis.
>
> This meetup is free but an RSVP is required to secure your spot:
> http://bit.ly/2DSO1Bi
>
> *Copenhagen*
>
> *February 15: Workshop*: In-Memory Computing Essentials for Data
> Scientists. Hosted by the Symbion IoT Meetup (Copenhagen, Denmark).
>
> Join Akmal Chaudhri in this hands on workshop where attendees will be
> introduced to the fundamental capabilities of in-memory computing platforms
> (this workshop will feature Apache Ignite). These platforms boost highly
> loaded applications, research projects, risk analysis and fraud detection
> tasks by storing and processing massive amounts of data in memory and on
> disk across a cluster of machines.
>
> RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2GBDfx0
>
>
>
> *February 20:* *Webinar*: Redis Replaced: Why Companies Now Choose
> Apache® Ignite™ to Improve Application Speed and Scale
>
> Join Apache Ignite PMC Chair Denis Magda and learn why businesses are
> choosing Apache Ignite to handle their in-memory computing needs -- moving
> away from traditional caches like Redis. In this session, Denis will
> explain how:
>
>
>
>    - In-memory technologies have evolved from caches to in-memory
>    computing platform
>    - Apache Ignite slides in-between existing applications and SQL
>    databases to improve performance and scale
>    - Apache Ignite native SQL and ACID transaction support works
>    - Apache Ignite in-memory storage and collocated computing scales out
>    linearly to avoid scale limitations with traditional caches
>
>
>  The webinar is free but RSVP now to reserve your spot:
> http://bit.ly/2nvS7nJ
>
>
>
>
>
>

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