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Best Apachecassandra podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Apachecassandra podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Chris Bradford is a product manager at DataStax who's focus is on Kubernetes (K8s) and how users can utilize Cassandra in this fast moving project. He gives us some deep insights into how we got here and some important details on being successful when deploying Cassandra in your Kubernetes environment. We finish with some predictions on where the n…
 
Alan Gibson has been working with the rest of the team at Sky UK to join the awesome forces of Apache Cassandra and Kubernetes. Sky took a methodical engineering approach to understanding the problem and how to make Cassandra truly cloud native. From CI/CD and test to running production across multiple clouds, you will find his insights invaluable …
 
Join David Jones-Gilardi as he interviews Jonathan "Shooky" Shook from DataStax, and Mick Semb Wever from TheLastPickle as they delve into the new NoSQLBench open source benchmarking tool for Apache Cassandra. If you weren't testing your data models before, now you have no excuse.By DataStax
 
Kathryn Erickson joins the show to double-click on a few of the exciting possibilities she's tracking with the potential for continued improvement in Cassandra performance. Hardware options on the horizon include persistent memory, FPGAs and networked storage). At the operating system level, she's tracking asynchronous IO support in Linux via the i…
 
In this day of stay at home orders and social distancing the advocate team at DataStax had to rethink how to provide quality workshops while completely online. We share the inside story of how we scaled the registration process, the tools we use to deliver the workshops, and some surprising benefits of going fully remote.…
 
In Part 2, we're continuing our discussion with Mike Loukides of O'Reilly Media from last week's episode, we dive into data privacy and how when we know we've crossed the line of violating the anonymity of people's social and physical fingerprints. We also discuss how interoperability and APIs are essential for securing data pipelines from the user…
 
One of the hardest areas in getting AI projects into production is operationalizing data. In this episode, Mike Loukides of O'Reilly Media joins Dr. Denise Gosnell and Jeff Carpenter to discuss how data provenance impacts our ability to get the most out of our data, using COVID-19 as an example.By DataStax
 
Continuing the conversation from last week's episode, DataStax Chief Strategy Officer Sam Ramji shares how open source projects can increase the pace of innovation through multiple speed lanes, the moral imperative of using AI to automate database operations, and why the 2020s will be the decade of scale-out data.…
 
DataStax Chief Strategy Officer Sam Ramji shares about his experience in working with multiple open source communities including the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, how DataStax is changing our posture toward open source, and his thoughts on how we can improve interaction in the broader Cassandra community. We also offer a sneak peek of part two…
 
We are joined today by Jesse Anderson who is in pre-press on his book, Data Teams. Jesse has been wringing value out of data for a long time and is ready to share his insights on how you can join the can't-to-can club. We go over some of the important questions you should be asking as you create or improve your data teams. Is your team worth 1 tril…
 
Jeff Carpenter sits down with Dr. Denise Gosnell to discuss how they work to incorporate the human element and storytelling in their writing about distributed data topics. Denise and Jeff both have books coming out with O'Reilly Media this spring: The Practitioner's Guide to Graph Data: http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920205746.do and Cassandra…
 
Join us on this podcast as Patrick McFadin and Denise Gosnell talk about the popularity of Python and the real surge in popularity it's seeing in the past few years. Pandas, Tensor Flow and killer robots? Data Engineering is standardizing around Python and making lives better. Find out about what it is, where to get started and maybe a few things y…
 
Patrick McFadin and Jeff Carpenter discuss how to know when you've run out of capacity on your relational database and provide a recipe for migrating to Cassandra: 1) adapting your data model, 2) adapting your application, 3) planning your Cassandra deployment, 4) executing the migration.By DataStax
 
Apache Cassandra™ serves many of today’s top enterprise applications because of its speed, flexibility, and power. But who do you go to when you need professional support? We heard you loud and clear. Introducing, DataStax Luna -- A brand new subscription-based support for open source Cassandra! Learn more about this awesome product offering brough…
 
Patrick and Jeff share why DBAs are the biggest cheerleaders for our Cassandra Developer Workshops and some of the top things DBAs wish developers knew about Cassandra. 0:00 - Jeff and Patrick talk about our upcoming developer workshops and how we get into the code as quickly as possible: https://www.datastax.com/events/cassandra-developer-workshop…
 
Recently KubeCon 2019 was held in San Diego where we released the DataStax Kubernetes Operator. With KubeCon finished up I caught up with Christopher Bradford, Product Manager for the operator, about this release. 00:30 - 01:12 The not secret name of the DataStax Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes, or as I call it the DSE K8s Operator. 01:13 - 02:2…
 
We previously discussed Mircoservices almost two years ago (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1Kanef1QTk), now we're revisiting with Cedrick and Aleks to ask: Has microservices evolved since then? Related links and webinar you can find on our website including a demo. Slides https://drive.google.com/drive/u/1/folders/1sjgR2dnB4Hivcd00TLpPBi9KHpracam…
 
In this episode, Cristina and David talk about Apollo, what it is, and how this can benefit frontend developers by bypassing the backend altogether. Highlights: 1:36: What is Apollo? 3:15: How does Apollo work on the Operational side? 5:40: How does Apollo approach security? 8:00: Any other features that could benefit Frontend devs? 9:09: The user …
 
Graph database veteran Marko Rodriguez joins the show to discuss how he got involved with graph databases and the Apache TinkerPop project, what's coming in TinkerPop 4.0, his work in distributed computing research and stream ring theory, and the origin of that lovable Gremlin character. Highlights: 0:00 - Jeff welcomes Marko to the show to discuss…
 
Jeff Carpenter talks with Jean Armel Luce about usage of Cassandra at French telecommunications provider Orange, all the way from their first work with Cassandra 2012 to their open-source Kubernetes operator for Cassandra which is expected to be production-ready in 2020. Highlights: 0:00 - Jeff welcomes Jean-Armel to the show. Orange has been using…
 
Instagram engineer Michaël Figuière talks with Jeff Carpenter about the Cassandra abstraction layer his team maintains, how it helps development teams move faster, and when companies should consider creating their own abstractions. Highlights: 0:00 - Welcoming Michaël to the show and recapping past conversations on Cassandra usage at Instagram incl…
 
Matija Gobec shares with Patrick McFadin why he started working on a new compaction strategy for Apache Cassandra and how the Cassandra community can collaborate more effectively to introduce new capabilities such as partition-based compaction. Highlights: 0:00 - Patrick welcomes Matija Gobec to the show. 1:30 - Matija introduces the concept of com…
 
Jeff Carpenter talks with Hiroyuki Yamada of Scalar to learn how his team have built Scalar DB, which provides a transaction capability on top of Apache Cassandra. To find out more, visit https://github.com/scalar-labs/scalardb Highlights: 0:00 - Jeff Carpenter welcomes Hiroyuki Yamada to the show. Hiroyuki gave a very interesting talk at ApacheCon…
 
Patrick McFadin connects with Carlos Rolo from Pythian at ApacheCon NA to recap the talk Carlos gave on some of the most common issues he sees in production Cassandra clusters and how to avoid them. You can listen to the full talk at https://feathercast.apache.org/2019/09/12/day-to-day-with-cassandra-the-weirdest-and-complex-situations-we-found-car…
 
Bonus episode this week! David talks with Seb and Jake about the DynamoDB Cassandra Proxy, learns it's history what it's all about, and gets all the important details for developers to understand how it works. Highlights 00:28 - Introductions with Seb and Jake 00:47 - What is the Cassandra DynamoDB Proxy? 1:53 - What’s the backstory here? 3:44 - Gi…
 
Patrick McFadin and Jeff Carpenter recap their favorite talks and hallway conversations from ApacheCon North America 2019 including DataStax announcements from the keynote by DataStax CTO Jonathan Ellis. Highlights: 0:00 - Enough talk - lets fight! 1:53 - Next Generation Cassandra Conference (NGCC) - the conference within a conference. Thanks to th…
 
Marc Selwan, Product Manager for core database at DataStax, joins the show to discuss why we recently updated our recommended maximum data density for DataStax Enterprise nodes from 1 TB to 2 TB, the engineering behind this new guidance, and how this can save users money. Highlights: 0:00 - Intro 0:27 - We learn about Marc's background which includ…
 
Patrick and Jeff cover some of the universal questions that come up on "day 2" for Cassandra users around batches, lightweight transactions, secondary indexes, and materialized views. They also challenge some of the biases around using Cassandra for use cases such as banking. Highlights: 0:23 - Recapping a great day hosted by Yahoo! Japan 1:20 - In…
 
Patrick talks with longtime Cassandra contributor and committer Yuki about his background with Cassandra, Change Data Capture, and the state of the Cassandra community in Japan. 0:00 - Patrick welcomes longtime Cassandra contributor and committer Yuki to the show and we learn what attracted Yuki to Cassandra 2:55 - Yuki and Patrick talk about what …
 
It's always interesting to discuss technologies with real experts like Carlos Rolo, so we can't let him go without some questions answered. What are the most awaited version four features, who gets the biggest win from ZCS and why sidecar project is so important? All of these plus best and worst use-cases for Cassandra discussed in our new release …
 
Listen as Stephen Mallette gives us the drop on the latest with Tinkerpop 3.4 while elevating our Gremlin game with tips on becoming an advanced user and using application based DSL's. Highlights: 00:54 - what's going on with Tinkerpop 3.4 01:49 - what is version 3, what does that mean? 02:22 - lots of new contributions from the Tinkerpop community…
 
DataStax Insights is a next-generation performance management and monitoring tool for DataStax Constellation and DataStax Enterprise (DSE). On this episode, Mani Srinivasan, Sr. Product Director of Management and Development Solutions at DataStax, will go over how DataStax Insights will help optimize on-premises and cloud deployments with intellige…
 
The first available service of DataStax Constellation is DataStax Apache Cassandra as a Service, a net-new DataStax product. On this episode, Matt Kennedy, Sr. Director of Product Management at DataStax, will cover all things related to Cassandra as a Service, which goes far beyond hosted Apache Cassandra and provides users with a frictionless, clo…
 
At DataStax Accelerate 2019 a brand new cloud offering was announced called DataStax Constellation—a cloud data platform that will simplify the development and operation of modern applications. Tune in to this podcast as Billy Bosworth, CEO of DataStax, introduces the first two cloud services of DataStax Constellation: DataStax Apache Cassandra™ as…
 
Host Aleks Volochnev sits down with Netflix Cloud Database Architect, Vinay Chella to discuss Full Query Logging, how Sidecar makes ops people happy and why Netflix already plans to migrate to version 4? A lot is discussed, so stay tuned! Timeline: 00:00 Welcome 00:25 Introduction 01:53 Vinay's Talk I @ Accelerate 02:00 Full Query Logging 03:00 Vin…
 
Starting off this episode Adron and Kat (Kathryn Erickson) kicks off the discussion with a little focused camera angle on the DataStax Accelerate 2019 Conference! Adron and Kat elaborate on DataStax Desktop and also AppStax! The conversation wraps up with details around DataStax Enterprise Graph, and future direction around that technology. Afterwa…
 
TheLastPickle, DataStax Accelerate, and exciting updates coming in Apache Cassandra 4.0. Cedrick talks with John Haddad and Alex Dejanovski from TheLastPickle to discuss their presentations at DataStax Accelerate along with Apache Cassandra tools managed by TLP and new updates coming with Cassandra 4.0.…
 
Donnie Roberson of the DataStax Partner team joins the show to talk about the amazing performance results observed in running DataStax Enterprise 6 on Intel's latest generation hardware including the Xeon processors and Optane DCPMM, and when and where you might be able to get your hands on this technology.…
 
Many DSE users have very long upgrade cycles due to time and complexity concerns. Using the CICD methodology Christopher Bradford has taken up the challenge to make the upgrade path both faster and lower risk. Today we get to dive in and take a look at what he has been up to.By DataStax Developers
 
In this industry, showing the drive to expand one's technological skills is crucial. Valerie personifies this drive, and then some. We met with Valerie to discuss all things Cassandra documentation, her love of open source contributions, and some interesting projects she's working on at Pythian.By DataStax Developers
 
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