Berlin Buzzwords 2011

All of the information below was taken from Berlin Buzzwords site and the the videos listed at Vimeo.com.

I cleaned up the titles, so instead of Lighting Talk you will see the title of the presentation in all cases.

The talks were in no order I could discern, either at Berlin Buzzwords or Vimeo so I have listed them by the author’s last name.

Speaker Presentation title Link to slides
Tim Angelade Failure after Failure: Building BigCouch, Block by Block (or: “Putting the C back in CouchDB”) Slides
Shay Banon ElasticSearch – A Distributed Search Engine Slides
Eric Barton The Lustre Filesystem Slides
Ryan Betts VoltDB – In-memory SQL Database for High Throughput Applications Slides
Andrzej Bialecki Distributed search of heterogeneous collections with Solr Slides
Nick Burch The other Apache Big Data Technologies Slides
Rod Cope Scaling Big Data Search with Solr and HBase Slides
Sean Cribbs Wrap your SQL head around Riak and Map Reduce Slides
Jean-Daniel Cryans The multiple uses of HBase Slides
Doug Cutting Keynote Slides
Devaraj Das Making Hadoop Secure Slides
Isabel Drost, Simon Willnauer Hello Buzzwords Slides
Isabel Drost, Simon Willnauer Goodbye Buzzwords Slides
Ted Dunning Keynote Slides
Daniel Einspanjer Mozilla metrics Slides
Eric Evans NoSQL yes, but YesCQL, no? Slides
Felix Geisendörfer Node.js for heavy I/O Link
Christoph Goller Improve Relevance by Using Morphology and Named Entity Recognition Slides
Otis Gospodnetic Search Analytics Slides
Jonathan Gray Realtime Big Data at Facebook with Hadoop and HBase Link
Stefan Groschupf Hadoop – a reality check Slides
Tom Hall Creating a Flume Firehose with ZeroMQ Slides
Dale Harvey CouchDB + Membase = CouchBase Slides
Jakob Homan Kafka – Bringing reliable stream processing to a confusing, dark world Link
Nuno Job ACID Transactions at the PB Scale with MarkLogic Server Slides
Thomas Koch Zookeeper – the unsung hero Slides
Hannes Kruppa Improving Search Ranking Through A/B Tests: A Case Study Slides
Sylvain Lebrense Real-Time Analytics with Cassandra (Distributed Counters) Slides
Tim Lossen Redis to the Rescue Slides
Chris Male Integrating Solr in JEE Applications Slides
Alexandre Margaut Wakanda Project Slides
Mathias Meyer NoSQL: Past, Present, and Future Link
Mark Miller Solr Peak Performance Slides
Julien Nioche Web Scale Crawling with Apache Nutch Slides
Steven Noels From content storage to scaling smart data Slides
Stanislaw Osinski Clustering and visualization of Solr search results Slides Documentation
Uwe Schindler Heavy Committing: Flexible Indexing in Lucene 4.0 Slides Soundtrack
Frank Scholten Composing Mahout clustering jobs Slides
Shevek Time Series Analysis or Causal Analysis Without Limits! Slides
Mathias Stearn Scaling with MongoDB Link
Daniel Trümper ZeroMQ patterns Slides
Joseph Turian Newer Developments in Large Data Techniques Slides
Siem Vaessen Digitised Dutch Cultural Heritage, Mahout and Hadoop Slides
Alvaro Videla Messaging Patterns with RabbitMQ Slides
LukáÅ¡ Vlček Building search app for public mail lists in 15 minutes with ElasticSearch Slides
Kai Voigt Hadoop Introduction Slides
Friso van Vollenhoven Analyzing the internet in real-time using Hadoop and HBase Slides
Michael Wallace Landslides, Couches and Particle Physicists Slides
Jim Webber Oh Leonhard, Where art thou? Slides
Dawid Weiss Finite state automata in Lucene, theory and applications Slides
Chris Wensel Common Hadoop patterns Slides
Matthias Wessendorf Websockets Slides
Simon Willnauer Heavy Committing: Lucene DocValues aka. Column Stride Fields Slides

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