Presentations from NEDBDay

February 4, 2008

David J. DeWitt. Clustera: A Data-Centric Approach to Scalable Cluster Management.Click to toggle abstract. [Slides coming soon.] Brian Berenbach. Requirements Engineering Databases: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly. Click to toggle abstract. [Slides]
Gerome Miklau. Managing Historical Retention in Database Systems. Click to toggle abstract. [Slides]
Stavros Harizopoulos. Designing a Next-generation OLTP Engine. Click to toggle abstract. [Slides coming soon]
Ryan Johnson. Taming Shared Work To Maximize Query Throughput. Click to toggle abstract. [Slides]
Yanlei Dia SASE+: Expressing and Evaluating Complex Event Patterns over Streams. Click to toggle abstract. [Slides Coming Soon]
Daniel Abadi. A Column-Store is a Column-Store is a Column-Store. Or is it?. Click to toggle abstract. [Slides]
Liuba Shrira . Split Snapshots: A New Approach to Old State Storage. Click to toggle abstract. [Slides Coming Soon]
John Corwin. NanoDB: A microkernel-based database system. Click to toggle abstract. [Slides Coming Soon]
Anastasia Ailamaki. Multi-core: Friend or Foe? [Slides]