My Pi in the Sky - Running MySQL on a Raspberry Pi and Replicating Data to the Cloud

Presented by: Scott Stroz

Did you know that you can run MySQL on a Raspberry Pi and replicate the data to the cloud? ...

Tags: Hardware, DatabasesFormat: General SessionLevel: Advanced

Caffeinate Your Queries: Brew Up Faster SQL with Tuning

Presented by: Tristan Chiappisi

In this session, embark on an engaging exploration as we unravel the mysteries of query tuning. From deciphering sluggish queries to unleashing their full potential, we will explore advanced techniques for optimizing SQL performance. Discover the art of indexing, rewriting queries for efficiency,...

Tags: SQL, DatabasesFormat: General SessionLevel: Advanced

The Right Database for the Right Job

Presented by: Nuri Halperin

Picking a database for your particular purpose is hard, and vendors don't make it easier. So which database is right for which workload? ...

Tags: Databases, ArchitectureFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

CQRS with Event Sourcing using the “Critter Stack”

Presented by: Jeremy Miller

Do you have a system where you think would be a good fit for a CQRS architecture that also uses Event Sourcing for at least part of its persistence strategy? Are you intimidated by the potential complexity of that kind of approach? ...

Tags: .NET, Databases, ArchitectureFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

What's that smell? Monitoring air quality with Python, Raspberry Pi, and Redis

Presented by: Justin Castilla

With a little wiring and a few lines of code, one can create your own hyper-local air sensor system to send alerts, activate smart-windows, and gather data. A sensor measures air particulate density and sends the values to a Raspberry Pi compute unit. The Raspberry Pi then sends the data along with...

Tags: Python, IoT, Cloud, Data Science, DatabasesFormat: General SessionLevel: Intermediate

Unveil the Magic Without Hoodini: Transform Your Data Lake into a Fountain of Insights

Presented by: Nadine Farah

Many people have been using their data lake as vast reservoirs of data. Yet, there’s been a real struggle to harness the full potential of this data to power actionable insights. These data lakes often become stagnant because processing and analyzing them is hard. Hudi’s magic, however, brings a...

Tags: Databases, Architecture, System Design, PerformanceFormat: General SessionLevel: Introductory and overview