Talking at Carnegie Mellon Database Group: Practical Considerations for ACID/MVCC Storage Engines
Next week I’ll be talking at CMU about how to build storage engines and what you need to consider when building them. The talk is open to the public (don’t have to be at CMU to be there).
Here are the details:
Event Date: Monday January 31, 2022
Event Time: 04:30pm EST
In this talk, Oren Eini, founder of RavenDB, will discuss the design decisons and the manner in which RavenDB deals with storing data on disk.
Achieving highly concurrent and transactional system can be a challenging task. RavenDB solves this issue using a storage engine called Voron. We’ll go over the design of Voron and how it is able to achieve both high performance and maintain ACID integrity.
This talk is part of the Vaccination Database (Booster) Tech Talk Seminar Series.
Zoom Link: https://cmu.zoom.us/j/95002789605 (Passcode 982149)
It is generally a bad idea to put zoom links including the password on public places. Many times those links will get scraped and then abused later with zoom bombing.
Daniel, I guess any reasonable software would have an option to disable camera and screen sharing for non-presenters.
This is meant to be an open session. The same details in this post are in the linked CMU page.