Percona Live 2017 Open Source Database Conference

April 24 - 27, 2017

Santa Clara, California

Justin Teller

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Justin Teller

Engineering Manager, Facebook


I am an accomplished software engineer with experience optimizing applications and system software for parallel architectures, including current multi-core and future many-core architectures. I have significant kernel development experience focused on thread scheduling, having written a unique OS thread scheduler focused on graphics workloads. I am currently researching future many-core hardware; I am focusing specifically on novel software architectures and tools. I am also interested in opportunities to write tools and software to utilize reconfigurable architectures and hardware (such as FPGAs).


25 April - 9:50 AM - 10:35 AM at Main Scenario
At Percona we see time series databases as a trend of 2017, hence the idea of having quick 5-minute lightning talks from projects that we think are stellar, followed by a quick panel on time series data stores in general. We discuss the "why a new time series data store" question, why these are ideal solutions, users, as well as where they see the future of this space.
27 April - 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM at Room 203
In December 2016, the health and performance monitoring team at Facebook open sourced our in-memory time series database: Beringei. Beringei is different from other in-memory systems, such as memcache, because it has been heavily optimized for storing time series data used specifically for health and performance monitoring. We optimized Beringei to have a very high write rate and low read latency... [read more]