Multi-threading in kdb+

15 Dec 2015 | ,
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In case you missed it, FD’s Connor Gervin spoke this year about multi-threading in kdb+. You can watch the video above or at YouTube.

In his talk he covers:

  • Parallel execution operations
  • Multi-threaded input queue
  • Multi-threaded HDB
  • Segmentation
  • MapReduce

He also spoke about peach handles and extra cases.

Don’t forget to subscribe to the Kx Systems YouTube channel while you are there!

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