Attend In-Memory Computing Summit, May 23-24, San Francisco
This conference is the only industry-wide event of its kind, tailored to in-memory computing related technologies and solutions. The IMC Summit brings together in-memory computing visionaries, decision makers, experts and developers for the purpose of education, discussion and networking. Get 20% off with code KDN20.
The second annual In-Memory Computing Summit is May 23-24, 2016 at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco. This conference is the only industry-wide event of its kind, tailored to in-memory computing related technologies and solutions. The IMC Summit is a multi-track conference that brings together in-memory computing visionaries, decision makers, experts and developers for the purpose of education, discussion and networking. We are pleased to announce that the full conference schedule is now available. For more information or to register, visit the conference website.
As a KDnuggets reader, you are eligible for a 20% discount on the ticket price. Just register with the discount code: KDN20 to receive your discount.
Also, don't miss out on a chance to win a FREE ticket to this premier event: Enter the In-Memory Computing Summit Ticket Raffle! Everyone* who completes the raffle registration form has a chance to win. Winners will be randomly selected each week leading up to the conference, and notified by email.
- In-Memory: The Foundation of the Internet of Things, by Jason Stamper, Analyst, Data Management and Analytics, 451 Research
- The In-Memory Computing Landscape: Leading the Fast Data Revolution, by Abe Kleinfeld, President and CEO, GridGain
- In Memory Computing for Financial Services: Past, Present and Future, by Robert Barr, VP Data Grid Architect, Barclays
- More Memory for In-Memory? Easy!, by Benzi Galili, COO, ScaleMP
- NVDIMM - Changes are Here So What's Next?, by Arthur Sainio, Co-Chair SNIA NVDIMM Special Interest Group and Director, Marketing, SMART Modular Technology
Breakout Sessions include:
- Target's First Foray into In-Memory Data Grid (and the Trips, Stumbles, and Falls that Came with It) - Jim Beyers, Hitendra Pratap Singh, and Aaron Riekenberg, Target
- Introducing a Non-Volatile Generic Object Programming Model for In-Memory Computing (Spark) Performance Improvement - Yanping Wang, Intel Corp
- The Truth: How to Test Your Distributed System for the Real World - Noah Arliss, Workday
- Propelling IoT Innovation with Predictive Analysis - Nikita Shamgunov, MemSQL
- Shared In-Memory RDDs - Missing Link in Spark - Nikita Ivanov, GridGain
- And Much More...
We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!
*Sponsor employees are not eligible to win the raffle.