kdb+ the in-memory, time-series technology standard- What the future holds
6 Dec 2017, 6:00 pm
The Grace Hotel 77 York Street, Sydney
Since the company’s inception, Kx’s singular goal has been to provide its customers with the fastest, most efficient, and most flexible tools for processing real-time and historical data. This focus has enabled us to become the worldwide leader in high-volume, high-performance time-series databases.
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Kx Community Meetup Groups are free and informal events where people can learn about using kdb+ for high-speed analytics. The meetup will discuss how kdb+ can solve Big Data problems, giving tips and techniques for optimizing its use.
Dave Thomas, CSO of Kx returns to Oz to share the latest in tech at Kx!
Join us to hear first-hand about the latest On Demand kdb+, Fusion – open source integrations -Kafka, Python, Kx Platform 4.01, ML initiative and Text and Graph Analytics.
- 6:00 pm - Registration & Networking
- 6:30 pm - Dave Thomas, CSO Kx, "kdb+ the in-memory, time-series technology standard- What the future holds"
- 7:30 pm - Beers, Pizza & Networking