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May 27–29, 2015 • Santa Clara, CA

Training: Distributed Systems

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Jay Edwards (PalominoDB)
9:00am - 5:00pm Wednesday, 05/27/2015
Location: Camino Real Room

Distributed Systems is a term that is starting to include computing in its most general case. Multi-threaded, multi-core, NUMA systems have a lot in common with Multi-datacenter, multi-server systems. This commonality is what makes the study of distributed systems a valuable lingua franca. During this seminar you will learn about the various fundamental underlying principles of distributed design.

What you will learn:

During this one day seminar, you will learn about foundational components of distributed systems. You’ll also learn modeling techniques, modern frameworks and technologies, metrics and measurement, and some tips and tricks to make working with distributed systems more efficient.

Topics

  • Networking
  • Scheduling (both application and framework)
  • Instrumentation and metrics
  • Datastores and the CAP theorem
  • Latency leveling techniques
  • Moore’s Law and performance
  • Data handling and latency

Audience

Developers, architects, technical leaders, operations engineers and anybody interested in the design and architecture of distributed design.

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