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Friday, November 16 • 2:10pm - 2:50pm
FiloDB: Real-time, In-Memory Time Series at Massive SMACK Scale

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Time series and event data is becoming huge for every business, and ingesting millions of series reliably while answering many concurrent queries from users is a huge challenge. In this talk I share the story of developing and productionizing FiloDB, an open source, in-memory time series solution built with the Scala, Akka, Kafka, Cassandra, Mesos (SMACK) stack. FiloDB is able to reliably ingest monitoring/time series data and answer tons of low latency queries at massive scale. * Why we developed our own solution after looking at Prometheus, OpenTSDB, Cassandra, etc. * Time series data model and low-latency distributed querying at scale * The benefits and challenges of off-heap, in-memory data processing at scale * Building a database for modern container environments * Challenges with scaling the Prometheus data model while remaining compatible * Persistent, recoverable data at scale with Kafka and Cassandra * Key lessons in building massively scalable, real-time, low-latency data systems

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Evan Chan

Senior Software Engineer, Apple
Evan loves to design, build, and improve bleeding edge distributed data and backend systems using the latest in open source technologies. He is the creator of the FiloDB open-source distributed time-series database, as well as the Spark Job Server. He has led the design and implementation... Read More →


Friday November 16, 2018 2:10pm - 2:50pm
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