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Title: World class NoSQL storage at Yahoo!
Mr. P.P.S Narayan, Yahoo, Yahoo!
Date & Time: June 11, 2013 12:00
Venue: Conference Room, 01st Floor, ‘C’ Block, Dept. of CSE, Kanwal Rekhi Bldg.
Abstract:
Yahoo! has been an internet pioneer and a trendsetter in storage and database technology since the late 1990s. Many key technologies -- from distributed storage to search indexes to scalable Map Reduce -- were invented, matured and open sourced at Yahoo!. Over the years, at Yahoo, we have built numerous NoSQL platforms that address the growing scalability needs of Yahoo! properties. Key features include high scalability, elastic growth, global footprint for local low-latency access, asynchronous replication, RESTful web service APIs, novel per-record consistency knobs, high availability, low capex and opex, and many more. In this talk, we present the challenges faced by a growing internet company while building large scale storage for millions of users, and how innovations and unique technology have evolved to solve some of those challenges. 
Speaker Profile:
PPS Narayan is the product leader at Yahoo! for key cloud services that power almost all Yahoo! websites. The services include structured storage, user data, user profiles, edge and performance. He has over 15 years of experience innovating and building large-scale systems including parallel, main-memory, xml, and nosql databases. Prior to Yahoo!, PPSN was at Bell Labs Research for 10 years in various roles. PPSN holds a Bachelor?s in Computer Engineering from the University of Mumbai, and Master?s in Computer Science and Engineering from IIT Bombay. PPSN has co-authored multiple publications in prestigious database conferences, as well as holds patents and patent-applications in the areas of databases, network management, distributed systems, and geo-fencing. He has also received numerous awards for excellence in innovations and teamwork at Bell Labs and Yahoo!"
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