We’ve just put the final touches on the schedule for Geode Summit. It’s going to be an amazing day with over 100 users and developers of Apache Geode (incubating) meeting for the very first time. We’ll be sharing expertise, networking for jobs, hearing about use cases, solution architectures, future feature designs, and conducting hands-on training.
There are two concurrent tracks running most of the day, some of which have limited space, and some of which can be attended virtually if you aren’t able to be in Palo Alto on March 9. All the sessions, other than the hands-on lab, are being recorded so you can view them later.
If you haven’t registered yet, there’s still a little space.
There are three main types of sessions at Geode Summit:
Keynotes, Solutions, and Use Cases
This is the main track, available for all attendees, and especially suitable for technology mangers and solution architects. Here you’ll have a chance to hear what people have done with Geode and GemFire in the past, and get some new ideas of what you can build.
This is a 2 hour hands-on training class in the morning for developers who are new to using Apache Geode and GemFire and would like a quick introduction. Space is limited, so be sure to register and add this to your schedule if you want to participate.
Note that Participants must bring their own laptop with the following minimum configuration: Windows/Mac/Linux OS with minimum 8GB RAM Multi-core processor is highly recommended Lab environment and files will require roughly 500MB of space Have Virtual Box installed (we will deliver the environment as a VM with components installed and ready to go)
Contributor Feature Discussions
These are 30 minute deep dives into early / nascent features of Apache Geode. An Apache Geode Committer will head a short discussion about the current capability of a feature, and then ask for ideas and use cases about how this feature could be used. The purpose is to help inform the future direction of specific Geode capabilities.
These sessions are streamed virtually for the benefit of the Apache Geode community. You can log in here to participate: https://pivotalcommunity.adobeconnect.com/clubhouse/
Specifically these session, and their broadcast times are:
- Spring Data GemFire API current & future (1300 PST)
- Integration & Future Direction for Spring Cloud Data Flow & Geode (1330 PST)
- Redis to Geode Adaptor (1400 PST)
- Off-Heap Storage Current and Future Design (1430 PST)
- Integration with Spark – Geode reading and writing RDDs (1515 PST)
- Easy Ways to Become a Contributor to Apache Geode (1545 PST)
See you either in person, or virtually at Geode Summit!