FoundationDB Summit video roundupPublished December 20, 2018
Last week the FoundationDB community met in-person for the inaugural FoundationDB Summit 2018. With over 150 engineers in attendance, the event brought together early adopters, contributors, and organizations with interest in the project for a single-track event that spanned topics ranging from the state of the community to the project's internals, and highlighted ways the community is extending the project.
We're pleased to share that video of the conference's talks are now online, organized below to easily browse by topic.
- State of the FoundationDB Community - Ben Collins
- Growing A Successful and Sustainable Project - Nithya Ruff
- Autonomous Testing and the Future of Software Development - Will Wilson
- How FoundationDB powers SnowflakeDB's metadata! - Ashish Motivala
- Running FDB at scale at Wavefront - Matthew Zeier + Mike McMahon
- Solving Everyday Data Problems with FoundationDB - Ryan Worl
- Technical Overview of FoundationDB - Evan Tschannen
- Future of FoundationDB Storage Engines - Steve Atherton
- Cross-Region Replication Options with FoundationDB - Evan Tschannen
- Avoiding Conflicts in Highly-Concurrent Applications - Alec Grieser
- The JanusGraph FoundationDB Storage Adapter - Ted Wilmes
- FoundationDB Document Layer - Bhaskar Muppana
- Snowcannon: Synchronous Data Replication in FDB - Markus Pilman + David Youngworth
- Lightning Talk: Towards supporting backward compatibility - Andrew Noyes
- Lightning Talk: Performance Testing of FoundationDB using TPC-C - Trevor Clinkenbeard
- Lightning Talk: Hotspot detection and handling in FoundationDB - Ashish Motivala
- Lightning Talk: Entity Store: A FoundationDB Layer for Versioned Entities - Stephen Pimentel
- Lightning Talk: Highlights of the Snowflake Elastic Data Warehouse - Torsten Grabs
- Lightning Talk: Instant Backups and Restores - Senthil Kumar Ramamoorthy
As a community we look forward to future FoundationDB events, and welcome your participation in the project moving forward. The community forums are available for questions and discussion, and we encourage you to review our contributors guide for how to get involved.