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Orchestrating Chaos: Applying Database Research in the Wild
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| by Peter Alvaro Follow 0 Followers on Aug 10, 2017 |
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Summary
Peter Alvaro describes LDFI’s (Lineage-driven Fault Injection) theoretical roots in database research, presenting early results from the field and opportunities for near and long-term future research.

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Bio

Peter Alvaro is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of California Santa Cruz, where he leads the Disorderly Labs research group. His research focuses on using data-centric languages and analysis techniques to build and reason about data-intensive distributed systems, in order to make them scalable, predictable and robust to failures and non-determinism.

The Erlang & Elixir Factory SF Bay Area 2017 conference took place between 23 - 24 March with training between 20 - 22 March and 27 - 30 March. The conference explored the programming themes of distribution, concurrency, multicore and functional, it went deep into frameworks, delved into case studies and looked at the right tools for the task at hand. The conference has been evolving over the past few years and our community has grown beyond Erlang to encompass a more diverse range of languages from the Erlang Ecosystem. Next year, in recognition of this, we will be re-branding the conference to Code BEAM SF 2018, still in San Francisco and still with top-notch talks and speakers from the BEAM community.

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