Removing Implicit Deadlocks on a Thread-per-core Architecture with 2-phase Processing

Redpanda’s Alex Gallego will show how implicit limitations in asynchronous programming can be addressed by a 2-phase technique for resolving priority inversion.

21 minutes
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Alex Gallego, CEO and Founder of Redpanda

Alex is the CEO and Founder of Redpanda Data, where he is building an Apache Kafka alternative for mission-critical systems. He is a systems engineer interested in low-latency storage (Redpanda), distributed stream processing (Concord.io, now Akamai IoT), databases and networking. Alex is the maintainer of an open-source RPC protocol that uses TCP kernel bypass & zero-cost serialization: https://github.com/senior7515/smf. In a previous life, he invented a new out-of-band pairing protocol.