All Things P99

The event for developers who care about P99 percentiles and high-performance, low-latency applications

Virtual Event | October 6-7, 2021

What is P99 CONF?

P99 CONF is a new, cross-industry virtual event for _engineers_ and by engineers. The event is centered around low-latency, high-performance design — ranging from OS (kernel, eBPF, IO_uring), CPUs (Arm, Intel, OpenRisc), middleware and languages (go, Rust, JVM, DPDK), databases and observability methods.

Leading engineers will share their novel approaches for solving complex problems. The goal is to share development learnings, thus it is vendor and tool agnostic. It is not about products but about technology, so open source solutions are preferred. P99 CONF is for a highly technical audience only. Your boss is not invited.

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Discover the latest methods in systems development and operational best practices for high-performance computing.

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Showcase your team’s success at achieving massive scale while maintaining lowest latencies. Compare notes with your industry peers.

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Take lessons learned back to your organization and be part of the movement for ever-faster computing and big data solutions.

Featured Speakers

Stefan Johansson

Stefan Johansson

OpenJDK GC Engineer at Oracle
Stefan Johansson

Stefan Johansson

OpenJDK GC Engineer at Oracle
TALK

G1: To Infinity and Beyond

BIO

Stefan is a software engineer working in the HotSpot GC-team at Oracle. He joined the GC-team in 2013 and has been active in OpenJDK since then with a focus on the G1 garbage collector. Prior to working with GC in the JVM he was working on other JVM related projects at Oracle/Bea.

Pere Urbón-Bayes

Pere Urbón-Bayes

Senior Solutions Architect at Confluent
Pere Urbón-Bayes

Pere Urbón-Bayes

Senior Solutions Architect at Confluent
TALK

Understanding Apache Kafka P99 Latency at Scale

BIO

Pere is a Solution Architect for Confluent out of Berlin, Germany. He has been working with data and architecting systems for more than 15 years as a freelance engineer and consultant. In that role he was focused on data processing and search, helping companies build reliable and scalable data architectures. His work sits usually at the crossroad of infrastructure, data engineers and scientists, ontologist and product. Prior to that he was part of Elastic, the company behind Elasticsearch, where he was part of the Logstash team, helping companies build reliable ingestion pipelines into Elasticsearch. When not working, Pere loves to spend time with his lovely wife and kids, build Legos and enjoy Handball.

Karthik Ramasamy

Karthik Ramasamy

Senior Director of Engineering at Splunk
Karthik Ramasamy

Karthik Ramasamy

Senior Director of Engineering at Splunk
TALK

Scaling Apache Pulsar to 10 Petabytes/Day

BIO

Karthik Ramasamy is a Senior Director of Engineering at Splunk. Before Splunk, he was co-founder and CEO of Streamlio where he focused on building the next generation real time processing engine based on Apache Pulsar. He previously served as the engineering manager and technical lead for real-time analytics at Twitter where he co-created Twitter Heron. He has two decades of experience working in parallel databases, big data infrastructure, and networking. Karthik is the author of several publications, patents, and "Network Routing: Algorithms, Protocols and Architectures". He has a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison with a focus on big data and databases.

Brian Martin

Brian Martin

Software Engineer at Twitter
Brian Martin

Brian Martin

Software Engineer at Twitter
TALK

Whoops! I Rewrote It in Rust

BIO

Brian is a software engineer at Twitter where he focuses on performance and optimization projects. He contributes to several Twitter open source projects including: Pelikan, Rezolus, and rpc-perf. Brian is passionate about high performance software, systems tuning, monitoring, benchmarking, and Rust. When not hacking on code, Brian volunteers in his local search and rescue unit and is training his dog to find people who get lost in the wilderness.

Tejas Chopra

Tejas Chopra

Senior Software Engineer at Netflix
Tejas Chopra

Tejas Chopra

Senior Software Engineer at Netflix
TALK

Object Compaction in Cloud for High Yield

BIO

Tejas Chopra is a Senior Software Engineer, working in the Data Storage Platform team at Netflix, where he is responsible for architecting storage solutions to support exabytes of storage generated by Netflix Studios and Netflix Streaming Platform. Tejas has worked on distributed file systems & backend architectures, both in on-premise and cloud environments as part of several startups in his career & has a Masters Degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University

Dor Laor

Dor Laor

CEO of ScyllaDB
Dor Laor

Dor Laor

CEO of ScyllaDB
TALK

Welcome to P99 CONF

BIO

Dor Laor is the CEO of ScyllaDB. Previously, Dor was part of the founding team of the KVM hypervisor under Qumranet that was acquired by Red Hat. At Red Hat Dor was managing the KVM and Xen development for several years. Dor holds an MSc from the Technion and a Phd in snowboarding.

Bryan Cantrill

Bryan Cantrill

CTO of Oxide Computer Company
Bryan Cantrill

Bryan Cantrill

CTO of Oxide Computer Company
TALK

Rust, Wright’s Law, and the Future of Low-Latency Systems

BIO

Bryan Cantrill is a software engineer who has spent a quarter of a century at the hardware/software interface. He is the co-founder and CTO of Oxide Computer Company, which is endeavoring to build a rack-scale computer for the post-cloud era. Prior to Oxide he spent nearly a decade at Joyent, a cloud computing pioneer; prior to Joyent, he spent fourteen years at Sun Microsystems, a now-defunct computer company that Bryan's nine-year-old daughter apparently thought was a brewery.

Steven Rostedt

Steven Rostedt

Open Source Engineer at VMware
Steven Rostedt

Steven Rostedt

Open Source Engineer at VMware
TALK

New Ways to Find Latency in Linux Using Tracing

BIO

Steven Rostedt currently works for VMware in their Open Source Technology Center. He's the maintainer of the PREEMPT_RT (aka Real Time patch) stable releases. He is also one of the original developers for the Real Time patch. Steven is the main developer and maintainer for ftrace, the official tracer of the Linux kernel, as well as the user space tools trace-cmd and kernelshark. He also develops ktest.pl (in the kernel) and was the creator of "make localmodconfig".

Yarden Shafir

Yarden Shafir

Software Engineer at Crowdstrike
Yarden Shafir

Yarden Shafir

Software Engineer at Crowdstrike
TALK

I/O Rings and You – Optimizing I/O on Windows

BIO

Yarden is a Software Engineer at Crowdstrike, working on EDR features, and a consultant for Winsider Seminars & Solutions Inc., co-teaching security trainings. Previously, she worked at SentinelOne as a security researcher and QA engineer. Outside of her primary work duties, Yarden writes articles and tools and gives talks and workshops about various topics such as CET internals, extension host hooking and kernel exploit mitigations. Outside of infosec, Yarden is a circus artist, teaching and performing aerial arts.

Stefan Johansson

Stefan Johansson

HotSpot GC Engineer, OpenJDK, Oracle
Stefan Johansson

Stefan Johansson

HotSpot GC Engineer, OpenJDK, Oracle
TALK

G1: To Infinity and Beyond

BIO

Stefan is a software engineer working in the HotSpot GC-team at Oracle. He joined the GC-team in 2013 and has been active in OpenJDK since then with a focus on the G1 garbage collector. Prior to working with GC in the JVM he was working on other JVM related projects at Oracle/Bea.

Filipe Oliveira

Filipe Oliveira

Performance Engineer at Redis
Filipe Oliveira

Filipe Oliveira

Performance Engineer at Redis
TALK

Data Structures for High Resolution, Real-time Telemetry at Scale

BIO

Filipe Oliveira is a Performance Engineer at Redis, working on both the enterprise and the open-source products as part of the CTO research group. Before Redis, he worked both on a large scale retail company and as Grid and Distributed Computing Researcher recurring to advanced computing infrastructures listed in the TOP500 supercomputers list.

Avi Kivity

Avi Kivity

CTO & Co-Founder at ScyllaDB
Avi Kivity

Avi Kivity

CTO & Co-Founder at ScyllaDB
TALK

Keeping Latency Low and Throughput High with Application-level Priority Management

BIO

Avi Kivity, CTO of ScyllaDB, is known mostly for starting the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) project, the hypervisor underlying many production clouds. He has worked for Qumranet and Red Hat as KVM maintainer until December 2012. Avi is now CTO of ScyllaDB, a company that seeks to bring the same kind of innovation to the public cloud space.

Simon Ritter

Simon Ritter

Deputy CTO at Azul Systems
Simon Ritter

Simon Ritter

Deputy CTO at Azul Systems
TALK

Get Lower Latency and Higher Throughput for Java Applications

BIO

Simon Ritter is the Deputy CTO of Azul, provider of the Java platform for the modern cloud enterprise. Simon joined Sun Microsystems in 1996 and started working with Java technology from JDK 1.0; he has spent time working in both Java development and consultancy. Having moved to Oracle as part of the Sun acquisition, he managed the Java Evangelism team for the core Java platform, Java for client applications and embedded Java. Now at Azul, he continues to help people understand Java as well as Azul’s JVM technologies and products. Simon has twice been awarded Java Rockstar status at JavaOne and is a Java Champion. He currently represents Azul on the JCP Executive Committee and on the Java SE Expert Group.

Glauber Costa

Glauber Costa

Staff Engineer at Datadog
Glauber Costa

Glauber Costa

Staff Engineer at Datadog
TALK

Rust Is Safe. But Is It Fast?

BIO

Glauber is a veteran low-level engineer with a strong focus on performance and resource management. He has worked with a variety of subsystems in the Linux Kernel, most notably the KVM Hypervisor and the cgroups resource management infrastructure that created the foundations of the containers revolution. Glauber had spent many years with ScyllaDB working with both business and technical issues, specializing in storage I/O and automated resource controlling. Currently he is a Staff Engineer at Datadog, where he authored the Glommio asynchronous framework for Rust.

Peter Zaitsev

Peter Zaitsev

CEO and Co-Founder of Percona
Peter Zaitsev

Peter Zaitsev

CEO and Co-Founder of Percona
TALK

Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting Methodologies for Databases

BIO

Peter Zaitsev is the co-founder and CEO of Percona, a provider of open-source enterprise-class MySQL, MongoDB, MariaDB and PostgreSQL software, solutions, and services. Co-author of High Performance MySQL: Optimization, Backups, and Replication, and the ebook Practical MySQL Performance Optimization, Zaitsev blogs regularly on the Percona Database Performance Blog and speaks frequently at conferences worldwide. Peter lives in North Carolina with his wife and two children and enjoys travel and spending time outdoors.

Marc Richards

Marc Richards

Performance Engineer at Talawah Solutions
Marc Richards

Marc Richards

Performance Engineer at Talawah Solutions
TALK

Extreme HTTP Performance Tuning: 1.2M API req/s on a 4 vCPU EC2 Instance

BIO

Marc is the resident Jack of All Trades at Talawah Solutions, a cloud computing consultancy that has served clients across the globe. A generalist at heart, Marc has worn a number of hats over the years, ranging from Analyst to Architect. Most recently, he has been indulging his passion for performance engineering in his attempts to explore the limits of HTTP performance in the cloud.

Bryan McCoid

Bryan McCoid

Sr. Distributed Systems Engineer, Couchbase Inc.
Bryan McCoid

Bryan McCoid

Sr. Distributed Systems Engineer, Couchbase Inc.
TALK

High-Performance Networking Using eBPF, XDP, and io_uring

BIO

Bryan is a Senior Software Engineer at Couchbase Inc. He currently works primarily in distributed systems on Couchbase Server but has always had a passion for low level, systems programming with an emphasis on Linux, async I/O, and (fast) networking in general. Proud member of multiple Linux Kernel Mailing lists (ebpf, io_uring, xdp). Rust language enthusiast, and overall lover of types and compilers. Currently an active contributor to the Glommio thread-per-core asynchronous runtime for the Rust programming language and supporter of all things open source. He has worked in many industries (eCommerce, Security, Databases) but always gravitated towards systems programming, no matter where that was.

Daniel Bristot de Oliveira

Daniel Bristot de Oliveira

Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat
Daniel Bristot de Oliveira

Daniel Bristot de Oliveira

Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat
TALK

OSNoise Tracer: Who Is Stealing My CPU Time?

BIO

Daniel is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, working in the real-time kernel team. He has a Ph.D. in embedded real-time systems and in automation engineering. He is a post-doctoral researcher at the Retis Lab - Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna.

Roman Shaposhnik

Roman Shaposhnik

Co-Founder of ZEDEDA Inc.
Roman Shaposhnik

Roman Shaposhnik

Co-Founder of ZEDEDA Inc.
TALK

RISC-V on Edge: Porting EVE and Alpine Linux to RISC-V

BIO

Roman is a well known and acknowledged expert and visionary in Open Source strategy and execution. When co-founding ZEDEDA, he put open source technology at the core of a new industrial computing paradigm -- securing edge compute hardware as if it were part of your cloud-native ecosystem. In addition to making contributions to open source projects across a wide spectrum of technology, including active contributions to Alpine Linux and Project EVE, Roman is on the board of directors of LF Edge, and is VP Legal at the Apache Software Foundation.

Konstantin Osipov

Konstantin Osipov

Director of Software Engineering at ScyllaDB
Konstantin Osipov

Konstantin Osipov

Director of Software Engineering at ScyllaDB
TALK

Avoiding Data Hotspots at Scale

BIO

Kostja has started his database career in 2002 working on one of the first distributed genome databases helping scientists glue together partial genome sequences. He was a long time contributor of MySQL, Tarantool, and now, with ScyllaDB, where he's working on lightweight transactions and Raft replication protocol.

Orit Wasserman

Orit Wasserman

Architect at Red Hat
Orit Wasserman

Orit Wasserman

Architect at Red Hat
TALK

Crimson: Ceph for the Age of NVMe and Persistent Memory

BIO

Orit is an OpenShift Container Storage Architect at Red Hat, focusing on storage for containers, hybrid cloud, multi-cloud and Edge. An experienced software engineer who is passionate about open source and infrastructure, Orit has worked with distributed systems and storage for much of her career. She was a principal architect at Lightbits labs, a software-defined storage startup developing NVMe/TCP. Her journey at Red Hat started on Ceph object storage (Ceph Rados Gateway), a highly available distributed software-defined storage solution designed to scale and handle PetaBytes. She also co-maintained and developed live migration for KVM/QEMU. In the past at IBM Research Labs, she developed nested virtualization for KVM.

Waldek Kozaczuk

Waldek Kozaczuk

OSv Committer
Waldek Kozaczuk

Waldek Kozaczuk

OSv Committer
TALK

OSv Unikernel — Optimizing Guest OS to Run Stateless and Serverless Apps in the Cloud

BIO

Waldek Kozaczuk is a software developer and architect. During the day he is busy designing and building components of the video supply chain for CNN at WarnerMedia. During the night he is busy improving OSv, an open-source versatile modular unikernel designed to run a single unmodified Linux application securely on top of a hypervisor. He has been contributing to the project ince 2016, when he first got exposed to and fascinated by OSv. Three years ago he was nominated as one of its committers. In that time, he has contributed over 500 patches, which most notably involved enhancing OSv to run on AWS firecracker (http://blog.osv.io/blog/2019/04/19/making-OSv-run-on-firecraker/) and improving ARM port.

Heinrich Hartmann

Heinrich Hartmann

Principal Engineer at Zalando
Heinrich Hartmann

Heinrich Hartmann

Principal Engineer at Zalando
TALK

How to Measure Latency

BIO

Heinrich spent ~10 years of his live pursuing an academic career in Mathematics. After transitioning to IT, he worked as a Data Scientist for the Monitoring vendor Circonus and is now SRE @ Zalando.de. He has a passion understand the production behavior of IT systems, and tries to apply rigorous math and probabilistic modeling to this domain. Heinrich lives with his wife and 3 daughters in the rural town of Stemwede Germany.

Felix Geisendörfer

Felix Geisendörfer

Staff Engineer at Datadog
Felix Geisendörfer

Felix Geisendörfer

Staff Engineer at Datadog
TALK

Continuous Go Profiling

BIO

Felix Geisendörfer is a Staff Engineer at Datadog, where he works on Continuous Profiling for Go. Before that he was working on manufacturing systems for Apple, herding big PostgreSQL clusters. In his spare time he's usually working on [open source](https://github.com/felixge), playing beach volleyball, or giving [questionable advice](https://gist.github.com/felixge/024827e7f09048d7bee2ad7c397e6ace) on the internet.

Gunnar Morling

Gunnar Morling

Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat
Gunnar Morling

Gunnar Morling

Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat
TALK

Continuous Performance Regression Testing with JfrUnit

BIO

Gunnar Morling is a software engineer and open-source enthusiast by heart. He is leading the Debezium project, a platform for change data capture (CDC). He is a Java Champion, the spec lead for Bean Validation 2.0 (JSR 380) and has founded multiple open source projects such as Deptective and MapStruct. Prior to joining Red Hat, Gunnar worked on a wide range of Java EE projects in the logistics and retail industries. He's based in Hamburg, Germany.

Felipe Huici

Felipe Huici

Chief Researcher at NEC Europe Laboratories GmbH
Felipe Huici

Felipe Huici

Chief Researcher at NEC Europe Laboratories GmbH
TALK

Unikraft: Fast, Specialized Unikernels the Easy Way

BIO

Felipe Huici is chief researcher in the systems group at NEC Laboratories Europe in Heidelberg, Germany. His main research and work interests lie in the areas of high-performance software systems, and in particular specialization, virtualization, and the application of machine learning techniques to tackle open problems in the systems area. Previously, he received an undergraduate degree with honours from the University of Virginia, a Masters in Data Communications, Networks and Distributed Systems from University College London (top of the class), and a Ph.D. also from UCL. He has published on several top-tier conferences and journals such as SOSP, SIGCOMM, NSDI, CoNEXT, and SIGCOMM CCR and regularly act as TPC member of conferences and journals such as IMC , INFOCOM, CoNEXT and SIGCOMM CCR.

Miles Ward

Miles Ward

CTO at SADA
Miles Ward

Miles Ward

CTO at SADA
TALK

Multi-Cloud State for k8s: Anthos and ScyllaDB

BIO

As Chief Technology Officer at SADA, Miles Ward leads SADA’s cloud strategy and solutions capabilities. His remit includes delivering next-generation solutions to challenges in big data and analytics, application migration, infrastructure automation, and cost optimization; reinforcing our engineering culture; and engaging with customers on their most complex and ambitious plans around Google Cloud. Previously, Miles served as Director and Global Lead for Solutions at Google Cloud. He founded the Google Cloud’s Solutions Architecture practice, launched hundreds of solutions, created Style-Detection and Hummus AI APIs, built CloudHero, designed the pricing and TCO calculators, and helped thousands of customers like Twitter who migrated the world’s largest Hadoop cluster to public cloud and Audi USA who re-platformed to k8s before it was out of alpha, and helped Banco Itau design the intercloud architecture for the bank of the future.

Sam Just

Sam Just

Senior Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat
Sam Just

Sam Just

Senior Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat
TALK

Seastore: Next Generation Backing Store for Ceph

BIO

Sam began working on the Ceph project in 2011. Most of his time currently is spent working on crimson, the next generation ceph-osd.

Kathy Giori

Kathy Giori

Ecosystem Engagement Lead at ZEDEDA
Kathy Giori

Kathy Giori

Ecosystem Engagement Lead at ZEDEDA
TALK

RISC-V on Edge: Porting EVE and Alpine Linux to RISC-V

BIO

Kathy fills her desk with hardware, especially compute nodes that can be flashed with EVE-OS and microcontroller boards that can be programmed as IoT devices. At ZEDEDA, she drives open source and industry collaboration for win-win benefits. Prior to ZEDEDA, she held senior roles at Mozilla, Arduino, Qualcomm, a few startups, and more. She also volunteers to teach students in STEM. She received her bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Minnesota, and her master's in EE from Stanford University. When not at a computer, she can usually be found exploring the great outdoors of northern California.

Dhruba Borthakur

Dhruba Borthakur

CTO of Rockset
Dhruba Borthakur

Dhruba Borthakur

CTO of Rockset
TALK

Realtime Indexing for Fast Queries on Massive Semi-Structured Data

BIO

Dhruba Borthakur is CTO and co-founder of Rockset, responsible for the company's technical direction. He was an engineer on the database team at Facebook, where he was the founding engineer of the RocksDB data store. Earlier at Yahoo, he was one of the founding engineers of the Hadoop Distributed File System. He was also a contributor to the open source Apache HBase project. Dhruba previously held various roles at Veritas Software, founded an e-commerce startup, Oreceipt.com, and contributed to Andrew File System (AFS) at IBM-Transarc Labs.

Doug Hood

Doug Hood

Consulting Member of Technical Staff at Oracle
Doug Hood

Doug Hood

Consulting Member of Technical Staff at Oracle
TALK

DB Latency Using DRAM + PMem in App Direct & Memory Modes

BIO

Obsessed with Database performance and availability. Developer and product manager for Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database.

Abel Gordon

Abel Gordon

Chief Systems Architect at Lightbits Labs
Abel Gordon

Abel Gordon

Chief Systems Architect at Lightbits Labs
TALK

Vanquishing Latency Outliers in the Lightbits LightOS Software Defined Storage System

BIO

Abel Gordon is the Chief System Architect of Lightbits Labs, where he architected a low latency clustered block storage solution based on NVMe/TCP protocol. Abel has more than 20 years of experience researching, designing and building systems, and has published more than 40 papers and patents. Prior to joining Lightbits labs, Abel led the Kernel and Networking team of Stratoscale's hyper-converged private cloud solution. Abel also worked at IBM Research -- Haifa, where he led multiple activities in the area of machine and I/O virtualization. He contributed new features to the KVM hypervisor and co-authored award-winning papers. Abel also designed and implemented modern software systems to control unmanned aerial vehicles while he worked at Elbit Systems. Abel holds a B.Sc. (Cum Laude) in Information Systems Engineering from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology.

Thomas Dullien

Thomas Dullien

CEO of optimyze.cloud Inc.
Thomas Dullien

Thomas Dullien

CEO of optimyze.cloud Inc.
TALK

Where Did All These Cycles Go?

BIO

Thomas spent 20+ years in computer security (under the pseudonym ""Halvar Flake""); he built a company around low-level code analysis tools for analyzing security patches and malware which was acquired by Google in 2011. He also worked in various realms of security research, among other things into bad DRAM (RowHammer). At some point, he realized that performance work is very similar to security work: In security, you analyze legacy systems, find issues, and then everybody is angry -- but in performance, you can analyze legacy systems, find problems, and then everybody is happy because you made it faster. As a consequence, he co-founded optimyze.cloud in 2018, where he works on building large-scale performance observability and optimization tooling.

Andreas Grabner

Andreas Grabner

DevOps Activist at Dynatrace
Andreas Grabner

Andreas Grabner

DevOps Activist at Dynatrace
TALK

Using SLOs for Continuous Performance Optimizations of Your k8s Workloads

BIO

Andreas Grabner is a contributor to the CNCF open source project Keptn. He has been working in performance engineering for the past 20 years and is sharing his experiences via blogs, videos or his PurePerformance podcast. You can follow him via @grabnerandi

Pavel Emelyanov

Pavel Emelyanov

Developer at ScyllaDB
Pavel Emelyanov

Pavel Emelyanov

Developer at ScyllaDB
TALK

What We Need to Unlearn about Persistent Storage

BIO

Pavel Emelyanov, principal engineer, ex Linux kernel hacker now speeding up row cache, tweaking IO scheduler and helping to pay back a tech debt for components innter-dependencies.

Shlomi Livne

Shlomi Livne

VP of R&D at ScyllaDB
Shlomi Livne

Shlomi Livne

VP of R&D at ScyllaDB
TALK

How to Meet Your P99 Goal While Overcommitting Another Workload

BIO

Shlomi Livne has 15 years of experience in software development of large scale systems. Previously he has led the research and development team at Convergin, which was acquired by Oracle. Shlomi holds a BA and MSc in Computer Science from the Technion-Machon Technologi Le’ Israel.

Denis Rystsov

Denis Rystsov

Staff Engineer at Vectorized
Denis Rystsov

Denis Rystsov

Staff Engineer at Vectorized
TALK

Is It Faster to Go with Redpanda Transactions than Without Them?!

BIO

Denis Rystsov is a staff engineer at Vectorized working on Redpanda, a Kafka-compatible distributed event streaming platform. His area of expertise lies in distributed transactions, consensus algorithms, and testing consistency models. He likes to keep an eye on academic computer science research and use it as leverage in the industry. Denis volunteers as a member of the Hydra conference program committee and as a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Systems Research (JSys). He received his MSc in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from SPbSU. Before joining Vectorized he worked at Yandex, Amazon, and Microsoft. Apart from work he likes surfing and exploring the waters of the PNW.

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Agenda

Wednesday, October 6

8:30am – 1:00pm Pacific Time
15:30 – 20:00 UTC

Thursday, October 7

8:30am – 1:00pm Pacific Time
15:30 – 20:00 UTC

Join us for two half days of keynotes, technical deep dives, and lively conversations on all things P99.

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