San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Please note that we are fully committed for this event and seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis - otherwise it will be standing room only.
Event registration begins at 3:15PM. The event will start promptly at 4:00PM.
Closest BART Station: Embarcadero
Parking Garages: There are a number of options near the office that offer evening/24-hour parking.
- 121 Spear Street (Rincon Center)
- 345 Spear Street (Hills Plaza - Valet Only)
- 260 Spear Street
- 100 Folsom Street
- 75 Howard Street
Running High-Performance Apps using NoSQL on AWS
Apps today must deliver consistently great experiences to massive user bases with tons of data and unpredictable capacity demands. Join Swami Sivasubramanian, Chief Architect and General Manager of Amazon DynamoDB, in person as he dives into high performing architectures for today's apps, and how to build scalable applications for the connected, social and mobile world. Plus, hear secrets of success directly from local customers, and share your own tips and tricks.
What we will cover:
- High performing app architectures
- Benefits of NoSQL
- Horizontal database scalability
- Performance and caching
- Customer success stories
Networking reception to follow.
Registration/Lobby Check-In starts at 3:30PM.
Speaker Bio: Swami Sivasubramanian is Chief Architect and General Manager for NoSQL database services at Amazon Web Services, with responsibility for Amazon DynamoDB, Elasticache, SQS, SNS and SimpleDB. Swami has built several large scale cloud computing platforms, including Amazon Dynamo, Amazon CloudFront and Amazon RDS, along with other systems used for building Amazon service infrastructure. Swami obtained his Ph.D. from Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam from the Computer Systems Group headed by Andrew S. Tanenbaum and Maarten van Steen. He has authored more than 40 refereed journals and conference papers, holds more than 20 patents and has more than 60 pending patent applications. Swami also serves in program committees of different ACM/USENIX/IEEE conferences, and is a guest editor for various IEEE/ACM magazines.
When & Where
Amazon Web Services
Always looking for new ways to help customers, in 2006 Amazon opened up access for developers to on-demand technology infrastructure services based in the company’s own back-end platform through Amazon Web Services (AWS). The AWS platform has grown rapidly since the launch of the first service and it is now the underlying infrastructure for hundreds of thousands of businesses in over 190 countries around the world from start-ups to enterprises to government agencies. Examples of Amazon Web Services’ technologies include Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Amazon SimpleDB, Amazon Simple Queue Service, Amazon Flexible Payments Service, and Amazon Mechanical Turk. For more info, visit: aws.amazon.com