Open Source Database Conference CFP Deadline Sunday January 27

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open source database conference 2019This year at our Open Source Database Conference we’re celebrating open source database technologies that don’t fit into the MySQL®, MongoDB®, MariaDB®, or PostgreSQL realms by featuring them in their very own track. The glamorously-named Other Open Source Databases track! As unbiased champions of open source database solutions, we embrace all flavors of open source database, and pride ourselves at presenting one of the biggest events dedicated to any and all OSDBs.

Another innovation this year is the introduction of a Java programming for open source databases track. Maybe that would be of interest?

The conference takes place at the end of May in Austin, a fantastic place to visit, and state capital of Texas.

As mentioned in a recent blog post, the Track Steering Committee featuring some very talented technologists is in place, and we are ready to start reviewing submissions.  We already have great content across all topics, but in order to make it even better, we would like to keep on getting new submissions until the very last day 🙂

The call for papers closes this Sunday, January 27, so there is still time for you to send a talk or two for our review. In the open source databases track, we have the following list in mind for potential good topics:

  • Apache Hive
  • Cassandra
  • ClickHouse
  • CockroachDB
  • Consul
  • Elasticsearch
  • FoundationDB
  • InfluxDB
  • Kafka
  • Neo4j
  • Prometheus
  • Redis
  • ScyllaDB
  • Solr
  • SQLite
  • TiDB
  • Timescale

This list is not exhaustive, so if you can think of any others let me know—and go ahead and submit away, please!

Of course, MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB and PostgreSQL all have their own tracks, too, so if you have any interesting talks for those, please don’t hesitate to send them in for review by their respective track steering committees.

Did we not mention? Yes, it’s Percona Live!

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