The health and well-being of our user community our highest priority. Due to the existing COVID-19 health challenges, we are moving all of our Meetups online until things return to normal.
Join us on April 1st:
Join us to learn how -memory computing solutions can advance your micro-services architectures and accelerate Apache Spark-powered workloads. This session is to be led by Nicolas Frankel a Developer Advocate of Hazelcast, and Denis Magda, Apache Ignite PMC member and GridGain Head of Developer Relations.
Join Boston JUG on February 18th to be introduced to the fundamental capabilities of in-memory computing platforms that are proven to boost application performance and solve scalability problems by storing and processing massive data sets in RAM and on disk.
This time we are gathering together with Silicon Valley Java Performance group to discuss how in-memory computing combined with a Java Virtual Machine results in a Java-powered solution that enables consistent low millisecond response times at an unlimited scale.
Attendees will be introduced to the fundamental capabilities of in-memory computing platforms that are proven to boost applications performance and solve scalability problems by storing and processing massive data sets in RAM and on disk.
Our upcoming event “Open Source Database Best Practices” focuses on the latest developments in open source database technology. You will hear about ProxySQL, ClickHouse and Apache Ignite from speakers who are actively engaged in creating these technologies. The speakers work for ProxySQL, Altinity, and GridGain Systems and are all active committers to their respective projects.
We are going to have a cozy Halloween talk about “how to use” (first speaker) and “how it works” (second speaker). As usual, there will be tea and coffee, a snack and a raffle of useful books.
Participation is free, registration is required.
Join us August 20 in Menlo Park for the next Bay Area In-Memory Computing Meetup! Nikita Ivanov, Founder & CTO GridGain Systems, will give a talk titled,"Ignite Pearls - Insight and Creativity in Distributed Programming."