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Wednesday, October 2 • 8:45am - 9:45am
Why databases cry at night?

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In the dark of the night, if you listen carefully enough, you can hear databases cry. But why? As developers, we rarely consider what happens under the hood of widely used abstractions such as databases. As a consequence, we rarely think about the performance of databases. This is especially true to less widespread, but often very useful NoSQL databases. In this talk we will take a close look at NoSQL database performance, peek under the hood of the most frequently used features to see how they affect performance and discuss performance issues and bottlenecks inherent to all databases.

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Michael Yarichuk

Michael is an experienced coder and international speaker who is rather happy that his hobby and his profession are the same. As a part of RavenDB Core Team, Michael is working on awesome stuff in RavenDB, in particular around the distributed engine and deep dive debugging. And by... Read More →

Wednesday October 2, 2019 8:45am - 9:45am CEST
Room 7