DSG Seminar Series • Ultra-scalable transactional management, linear scale out of transactional workloads Export this event to calendar

Friday, May 24, 2019 — 10:30 AM EDT

Speaker: Ricardo Jimenez-Peris

Abstract: The talk will present the ultra-scalable distributed algorithm to process transactional management and how it has been implemented as part of the LeanXcale database. The talk will go into the details on how ACID properties have been scaled out independently in a composable manner.

The talk will also cover the architectural aspects of the systems and how it has been integrated with the rest of the components of the LeanXcale database, the distributed storage engine and the distributed SQL query engine. It will also be presented the underpinnings on how to blend operational and analytical workloads through innovations on the storage engine combined with a distributed OLAP query engine.

Bio: Dr. Ricardo Jimenez-Peris is a former professor and researcher on scalable databases and distributed systems, and currently CEO and founder of LeanXcale, a startup commercializing LeanXcale database. LeanXcale was awarded with the "Best SME" prize in 2017 by the European Commission recognizing the most innovative European startup of the year. He is co-inventor of two patents, co-author of the book "database replication" and 100+ research papers and articles.

He has been invited speaker at the headquarters of top tech companies to present LeanXcale technology such as Facebook, Twitter, Salesforce, Heroku, Greenplum, Microsoft, IBM, HP, etc.

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Location 
DC - William G. Davis Computer Research Centre

200 University Avenue West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Canada

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