Event: Talk on Planet-Scale Distributed Storage by YouTube/PayPal architect Sugu Sougoumarane
Talentica Software invites you to a talk by Sugu Sougoumarane, a senior architect at YouTube, and co-founder of Youtube’s Vitess Project, which is an open-source scalable, distributed storage system that is used by YouTube for scaling.
The talk is on Friday, 8th July, from 3pm to 5:30pm, at Talentica Software, 4th Floor, Amar Megaplex, Baner Road. (Ample parking on Baner Road near the venue.) The event is free and open to all, but RSVP is necessary.
About the Speaker – Sugu Sougoumarane
Sugu is the co-founder of Youtube’s Vitess project, which has been under development since 2010. He hails from BITS Pilani and has been in the software industry for over 30 years. He has experience in a variety of fields including computer graphics, compilers, IDEs, databases, payments and software architecture. Prior to YouTube, Sugu joined X.com/PayPal in its early stages where he built many of its core features. He was also a member of the elite scalability team that was responsible for keeping PayPal scalable.
Abstract of the Talk
Sugu will cover the following topics as a part of his presentation
General Storage Concepts and Guidelines:
- Computing trends: How distributed systems are changing the way we design software.
- Challenges of distributed systems: Principles that govern the trade-offs.
- How to practically apply these principles in real-life systems.
- What is Paxos and how to tone it down when it’s not always needed.
- How to make 2PC work, when it has always failed
- Simplifying it all.
Vitess, the present and future
- How was Vitess started and why we open-sourced it
- Evolution of Vitess, from a connection proxy to a sprawled out planet scale storage solution. We are the real cockroach.
- V3, the latest coolness
- What’s in the future
Location, Fees, and Registration
The talk is on Friday, 8th July, from 3pm to 5:30pm, at Talentica Software, 4th Floor, Amar Megaplex, Baner Road. (Ample parking on Baner Road near the venue.)
This event is free and open for anybody to attend. However, seating at the venue is limited, so you must RSVP by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.