Speaker: Alex Shinn, Software Engineer Indeed
When you need to scale an application with a lot of data how do you decide on a storage solution? How can you both safely store and efficiently interact with large data sets? This usually boils down to a choice between SQL or NoSQL -- but what if there was a third option?
In this session developer Alex Shinn will discuss Indeed’s MPH-Table: an open source storage solution that uses minimal perfect hash functions to generate a fast and compact key/value store. Alex will discuss how we use MPH-Table at Indeed what situations are ideal for it additional optimizations it allows and how it compares to alternate solutions. Attendees should enter with a fundamental understanding of existing scalable storage solutions and will leave with a basic understanding of MPH-Table when they might want to use it and how other solutions compare.
Room: Training room 2-1
Date: Saturday, 24th March, 2018
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