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Re: [EXTERNAL] Upcoming Cassandra-related Conferences

Hey folks! 

Sean: I did a blog on DIstributed Data Summit. On top of the Scylla-oriented content, I covered Nate's keynote and highlighted the sidecar talk by Netflix (incl. YouTube video for anyone who wanted to watch it after-the-fact). I'd be interested to read & compare any other similar blogs on the event. (Summit-as-Rashomon, as it were.)

Max: Thanks for the shout-out on Scylla Summit. Besides Scylla-oriented tracks, we'll also have presentations from Kong, Kafka (KSQL), KairosDB for time-series, OpenNMS, and Red Hat talking about rebuilding Ceph on the Seastar framework.


On Mon, Oct 8, 2018 at 7:29 AM Durity, Sean R <SEAN_R_DURITY@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Thank you. I do want to hear about future conferences. I would also love to hear reports/summaries/highlights from folks who went to Distributed Data Summit (or other conferences). I think user conferences are great!



Sean Durity


From: Max C. <mc_cassandra@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, October 05, 2018 8:33 PM
To: user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Upcoming Cassandra-related Conferences


Some upcoming Cassandra-related conferences, if anyone is interested:


Scylla Summit

November 5-7, 2018

Pullman San Francisco Bay Hotel, Redwood City CA


(This one seems to be almost entirely Scylla focussed, maybe not terribly useful for non-Scylla users)


DataStax Accelerate

May 21-23, 2019 
National Harbor, Maryland


(No talks list or sponsors have been posted yet)



I’m not in the middle of the politics or nor do I have any affiliation with either of these companies.  I just thought lowly users like myself might appreciate the mention these on the -users list.  


I wish we should have had a post or two about the Distributed Data Summit;  I think we probably would have had an even better conference!  :-)


- Max

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