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Scalable Data Storage Getting You Down? To The Cloud!

Scalable Data Storage Getting You Down? To The Cloud!

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These are the slides from a 3 hour talk given at the 2011 Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. Due to the length of the presentation and the breadth of the topic, some sections of the deck may appear disjoint without the accompanying narrative.

Talk Abstract: "The hype cycle is at a high for cloud computing, distributed “NoSQL” data storage, and high availability map-reducing eventually consistent distributed data processing frameworks everywhere. Back in the real world we know that these technologies aren’t a cure-all. But they’re not worthless, either. We’ll take a look behind the curtains and share some of our experiences working with these systems in production at SimpleGeo.

Our stack consists of Cassandra, HBase, Hadoop, Flume, node.js, rabbitmq, and Puppet. All running on Amazon EC2. Tying these technologies together has been a challenge, but the result really is worth the work. The rotten truth is that our ops guys still wake up in the middle of the night sometimes, and our engineers face new and novel challenges. Let us share what’s keeping us busy—the folks working in the wee hours of the morning—in the hopes that you won’t have to do so yourself."
These are the slides from a 3 hour talk given at the 2011 Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. Due to the length of the presentation and the breadth of the topic, some sections of the deck may appear disjoint without the accompanying narrative.

Talk Abstract: "The hype cycle is at a high for cloud computing, distributed “NoSQL” data storage, and high availability map-reducing eventually consistent distributed data processing frameworks everywhere. Back in the real world we know that these technologies aren’t a cure-all. But they’re not worthless, either. We’ll take a look behind the curtains and share some of our experiences working with these systems in production at SimpleGeo.

Our stack consists of Cassandra, HBase, Hadoop, Flume, node.js, rabbitmq, and Puppet. All running on Amazon EC2. Tying these technologies together has been a challenge, but the result really is worth the work. The rotten truth is that our ops guys still wake up in the middle of the night sometimes, and our engineers face new and novel challenges. Let us share what’s keeping us busy—the folks working in the wee hours of the morning—in the hopes that you won’t have to do so yourself."

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SCALABLE DATA STORAGEGETTING YOU DOWN?TO THE CLOUD!
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THE CAST
MIKE MALONE
INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEER@MJMALONE
MIKE PANCHENKO
INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEER@MIHASYA
DEREK SMITH
INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEER@DSMITTS
PAUL LATHROP
OPERATIONS@GREYTALYN
 
SIMPLEGEO
We originally began as a mobile gaming startup, but quickly discovered that the location servicesand infrastructure needed to support our ideas didn’t exist. So we took matters into our own hands and began building it ourselves.
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