THE RISE OF HTAP

HTAP SUMMIT 2022

November  1,  2022丨California,  USA

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What is HTAP Summit
The HTAP Summit is the very first conference around Hybrid Transactional/Analytical Processing (HTAP), which promises to be a disruptive technology in the database world. You will be joined by database industry leaders and developers from across the world to discuss technological and business innovations in:
  • Mission-critical transaction processing at scale
  • Real-time data analytics as business insights
Join us to learn, teach, share and connect to the amazing community of the fusion tech world.
Who Should Attend
Application developers, architects, data engineers, analysts, and CxOs, or anyone that requires data agility for their business, will benefit from the collective insights of the speakers! As an attendee of HTAP Summit 2022, you will be able to explore a wealthy collection of quality topics around HTAP databases, including core infrastructure technologies, use cases, best practices, and ecosystem.
Agenda
Tuesday, November 1st
Keynote
The Rise of HTAP
An overview of the state of the HTAP world. What does the rise of HTAP mean to both developers and business?
HTAP in the Real World
An HTAP use case in the real world, demonstrating the value of the technology.
Panel: How will HTAP Tech Evolve?
Transactions vs. Analytics: there are always challenges and paradoxes around the two poles, especially as the technology iterates and changes. What does the future of HTAP look like?
Breakout Tracks
HTAP in the Real World
Users share stories of building robust transaction processing and analytical capability in the real-time HTAP environment, to support efficient business growth.
The Beauty of HTAP
Engineering stories of designing and implementing HTAP platforms.
HTAP with the Ecosystem
Tying HTAP to the data ecosystem - integrations, security, client, APIs, etc.
Hands-on Workshop: Best Practice of HTAP
Operational best practices, tips, tricks, and tuning strategies.
Speakers
speaker-1
Max Liu
PingCAP丨Founder & CEO
Max Liu
PingCAP丨Founder & CEO
Active open source enthusiast, bootstrapped open source projects such as Codis, TiDB and TiKV.
speaker-2
Reynold Xin
Databricks丨Co-founder & Chief Architect
Reynold Xin
Databricks丨Co-founder & Chief Architect
Computer scientist and engineer specializing in big data and cloud computing.
speaker-3
Noel Yuhanna
Forrester丨VP, Principal Analyst
Noel Yuhanna
Forrester丨VP, Principal Analyst
Focuses on modern data architectures, cloud and hybrid cloud deployments.
speaker-4
Ed Huang
PingCAP丨Co-founder & CTO
Ed Huang
PingCAP丨Co-founder & CTO
Distributed system expert, rocker, co-author of Codis, TiDB and TiKV.
speaker-5
Xiangyao Yu
UW-Madison丨Assistant Professor
Xiangyao Yu
UW-Madison丨Assistant Professor
Research focuses on Transactions and HTAP, new hardware for databases and Cloud-native databases.
speaker-8
Tim Tully
Menlo Ventures丨Partner
Tim Tully
Menlo Ventures丨Partner
Focuses on cloud and data infrastructure, AI/ML and DevSecOps. Splunk ex-CTO.
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Robert Hodges
Altinity丨CEO
Robert Hodges
Altinity丨CEO
Began working on databases in 1983 and used or worked on 20 different database implementations. His technical focus includes distributed systems, data replication, and DBMS internals.
speaker-11
Srinivas Kesanapally
AWS丨Head of Partner Solution Architecture, Data & Analytics
Srinivas Kesanapally
AWS丨Head of Partner Solution Architecture, Data & Analytics
Over two decades of experience in working with database and analytics products from traditional to modern database vendors and has helped many large technology companies in designing data analytics solutions.
BP-Yau
BP Yau
AWS丨Senior Product Manager
BP Yau
AWS丨Senior Product Manager
Passionate about helping customers architect big data solutions to process data at scale. Before AWS, he helped Amazon.com Supply Chain Optimization Technologies migrate its Oracle data warehouse to Amazon Redshift and build its next generation big data analytics platform using AWS technologies.
Henry Qin
Henry Qin
Block丨Staff Software Engineer
Henry Qin
Block丨Staff Software Engineer
Focuses on robust software systems. In an earlier life, he did research on distributed systems and operating systems.
Rajkumar Sen
Rajkumar Sen
Arcion Labs丨Founder & CTO
Rajkumar Sen
Arcion Labs丨Founder & CTO
Has many years of work experience in MemSQL, Oracle and Sybase, and has published over a dozen papers in top-tier database conferences and journals and is the recipient of 14 patents.
Steven Tey
Steven Tey
Vercel丨Senior Developer Advocate
Steven Tey
Vercel丨Senior Developer Advocate
Builds starter kits with Next.js + Typescript to help developers build better software. On the side, he also maintains open-source projects like dub.sh + oneword.domains which has been used by over 100K users.
Ankita Girish Wagh
Ankita Girish Wagh
Pinterest丨Senior Software Engineer
Ankita Girish Wagh
Pinterest丨Senior Software Engineer
At Pinterest, Ankita’s work focuses on TiDB migration, Ixia (a secondary indexing service built on HBase), and the caching infrastructure. Before Pinterest, she was a Software Engineer in Compute Platform at Uber.
Audrey-Cheng
Audrey Cheng
UC Berkeley | PhD Student
Audrey Cheng
UC Berkeley | PhD Student
Research focuses on transaction processing for database systems, especially at large scale.
Kaustav Chakravorty (1)
Kaustav Chakravorty
Flipkart | Senior Software Architect
Kaustav Chakravorty
Flipkart | Senior Software Architect
Kaustav is a software architect with experience in building a wide range of systems - from Internet scale applications to embedded systems. Kaustav was also earlier a founding member of Flipkart’s Fintech group who architected the systems that today powers multiple fintech products on Flipkart, such as Flipkart Pay-Later.
speaker-6
Sunny Bains
PingCAP丨Software Architect
Sunny Bains
PingCAP丨Software Architect
Senior database expert, former key member of MySQL Core Team and head of R&D for InnoDB.
speaker-7
Brian Walters
PingCAP丨Head of Presales
Brian Walters
PingCAP丨Head of Presales
20+ years of experience in database as Solutions Architect, Product Manager and Pre-Sales Engineer.
speaker-9
Jeff Bailey
PingCAP丨Education Manager
Jeff Bailey
PingCAP丨Education Manager
Responsible for the PingCAP education offerings in North America.
Sponsors

Join the HTAP Summit 2022 to engage, connect, and collaborate with peers and like-minded people in the database and analytics world. Sponsoring the HTAP summit allows you to not only gain valuable insights from a targeted audience, but also build your branding presence and connections among database application developers, DBAs, data analysts, architects, and CIOs from the relevant industries.

Contact sponsors@pingcap.com to secure your sponsorship by Oct 15th, 2022.
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FAQs

HTAP Summit 2022 is scheduled to take place on November 1, 2022 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, San Francisco Bay Area, CA.

We expect to host 200+ application developers, architects, data engineers, analysts, and CxOs, or anyone that requires data agility for their business.

No, HTAP Summit 2022 is totally free. However, due to the planned scale of the event, the registration is processed on a first-come-first-serve basis.

No, HTAP Summit 2022 is an in-person event, but we are planning to provide recordings of selected sessions for those who cannot make it in person after the event. More details to come!

Submit your talk via the Call for Papers button under the Speakers section by Sep 23rd.

We will adhere to local guidelines, which at present do not require masks or vaccination proofs. You may, of course, wear masks if you prefer to. If you want to visit the exhibition area on the first floor, please refer to the safety requirements of CHM.

Venue & Travel
Venue

2nd floor, 1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA 94043


GRAND HALL - Keynote, Breakout and Workshop
BOOLE - Breakout
LOVELACE - Breakout

Travel
Airport Information
San Francisco International Airport (SFO)

Distance from venue: 24 miles

Estimated time by taxi: 28 minutes

Driving Directions from SFO to Venue


Norman Y.Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC)

Distance from venue: 11.2 miles

Estimated time by taxi: 22 minutes

Driving Directions from SFO to Venue
Public Transportation
The Caltrain Commuter Rail will get you from SFO to the venue.

For more information please visite their website.

Fares will vary depending on the zones.

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Parking

Complimentary parking is available onsite.