Events page

Are you interested in doing a Meetup?

Interested in doing a talk about ArangoDB at our online meetup or at your local user group? Already an organizer of Big Data, Graph, DevOps or related Meetup? Reach out! We’d be happy to come out and support your event with a talk, workshop and goodies sponsorship!

Upcoming events

Percona Live Europe

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Michael Hackstein, “Building a Graphy Time Machine”

2018-11-05 12:20:00 2018-11-07 13:10:00 CET Percona Live Europe Percona Live Europe Frankfurt November 7, 2018    Frankfurt,Germany

Graph databases allow users to analyze highly interconnected datasets and find patterns within these relationships. Social networks, corporate hierarchies, fraud detection, network analytics, or building whole knowledge graphs are great use cases for graph databases, however these datasets of nodes and connecting edges change over time. Whether you are a developer, architect or data scientist, you might want want to time travel with Michael for analyzing the past or even predict tomorrow.

DeveloperWeek Austin

Developer Week 2018

Matthew Von-Maszewski, “Handling Billions Of Edges in a Graph Database”

2018-11-08 11:25:00 2018-11-08 11:40:00 GMT-5 DeveloperWeek DeveloperWeek Austin November 8, 2018    Austin, USA

In his talk Matthew will provide a brief overview about current approaches and their limits towards scalability. Dealing with complex data in a complex system doesn’t make things easier… but more fun finding a solution. Join Matthew on his journey to handle billions of edges in a graph database!

Enterprise Data World Boston

Enterprise Data World

Matthew Von-Maszewski, “Simple Heuristics for Self-Tuning Servers”

2019-03-20 08:30:00 2019-03-20 09:30:00 GMT-4 Enterprise Data World Boston March 20, 2019    Boston, USA

In his presentation Matthew will look at 3 heuristics that create self-tuning parameters. The first heuristic is a basic solution, almost too basic. But it sets the stage for two thorough solutions that first employ basic statistics and then advanced math. The goal is not to push these specific heuristics into your code, but to inspire thoughts of how to start eliminating your user visible configuration parameters.

Past events

Big Data Week London

Big Data Week 2018

Michael Hackstein, “Handling Billions Of Edges in a Graph Database”

2018-10-05 17:25:00 2018-10-05 18:00:00 GMT+1 Big Data Week BigDataWeek/var> London October 5, 2018    London, UK

Join Michael on his journey to handle billions of edges in a graph database.
The complexity and amount of data rise. Modern graph databases are designed to handle the complexity but still not for the amount of data. When hitting a certain size of a graph, many dedicated graph databases reach their limits in vertical or, most common, horizontal scalability. In this talk, I’ll provide a brief overview of current approaches and their limits towards scalability. Dealing with complex data in a complex system doesn’t make things easier… but more fun finding a solution.

Graph Day SF 2018

Graph Day SF

Max Neunhöffer,”Building a Graphy Time Machine”

September 15, 2018    San Francisco,USA

Whether you are a developer, architect or data scientist, you may want to time travel with Max for analyzing the past or even predict tomorrow. In his talk, Max will discuss how graph databases allow users to analyze highly interconnected datasets and find patterns within these relationships.

ArangoDB Online Meetup

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Kaveh Vahedipour,”ArangoDB Cluster Administration: Part III”

September 12, 2018    Cologne, Germany

In this 3rd part, we will dive into framework orchestration and enterprise features of ArangoDB clusters. We will deploy local and cloud clusters using the Kubernetes operator kube-arangodb. We will also go through the basic setup of a data center to datacenter replication of an ArangoDB cluster.

FrOSCon

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Ewout Prangsma, “Developing a devops friendly Kubernetes integration for ArangoDB”

August 25-26, 2018    Bonn, Germany

In his talk Ewout is going to cover an ongoing journey from early yaml files to an advanced integration supporting scaling, upgrading, federation and monitoring in a devops friendly way.
The journey will take us from tiny cloud environments to bespoke hardware, touching subjects such as persistency performance, session stickyness, access control and federation.

FrOSCon

Froscon

Kaveh Vahedipour, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

August 25-26, 2018    Bonn, Germany

Kaveh will talk about complex and difficult computer science, but will at the same time be accessible to and enjoyable by a wide range of developers. The audience will be introduced to some of the needed ingredients, address the difficulties of their interplay and show four modern approaches of distributed open-source data stores.

OSDC Berlin 2018

OSDC

Max Neunhöffer, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

June 12-13, 2018    Berlin, Germany

OSDC is an international conference that is especially adapted to experienced administrators and architects. Get in touch with international OS-experts. Benefit from their comprehensive experience, learn about the current developments and gain the latest know-how for your daily practice.

Big Data Spain

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Jan Steemann, “Running complex data queries in a distributed system”

June 5, 2018    Madrid, Spain

In this meetup, Jan will discuss the challenges of running complex data queries in a distributed system and the available solutions that some open source distributed databases have picked to solve them.

ArangoDB Online Meetup

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Kaveh Vahedipour, “Fundamentals and Best Practices of ArangoDB Cluster Administration: Part II”

May 29, 2018    Cologne, Germany

In this second part of the cluster administration course you will get a more indepth knowledge in aspects concerning authentication, infrastructure deployment (Kubernetes, DC/OS), troubleshooting and data loss, backup and restore, resharding of collections and lastly an introduction into enterprise features.

J on the Beach

JOTB 2018

Ewout Prangsma, “Implementing data center to data center replication for a distributed database”

May 23-25, 2018    Málaga, Spain

JOTB is an international meeting point for developers and devOps around Big Data technologies. A fun conference to learn and share the latest experiences related to topics like distributed systems, IoT projects, Big Data Architectures and, the most important part, it’s On The Beach!

Chicago JavaScript Meetup Group

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Matthew Von-Maszewski, “The Computer Science Behind a Modern Distributed Data Store “

May 22, 2018    Chicago, United States

Join Matthew as he will discuss complex and difficult computer science, but will at the same time be accessible and enjoyable by a wide range of developers.

Cologne AWS User Group

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Max Neunhöffer, “Developing a devops friendly Kubernetes integration for ArangoDB”

May 17, 2018    Cologne, Germany

Join Max as he talks about an ongoing journey from early yaml files to an advanced integration supporting scaling, upgrading and monitoring in a devops friendly way. The journey will take us from tiny cloud environments to bespoke hardware, touching subjects such as persistency performance, session stickyness, access control and federation.

Big Data and Machine Learning - London

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Kaveh Vahedipour, “Effectively Scaling with Machine Learning”

May 15, 2018    London, UK

Kaveh Vahedipour will be talking about having a RAFT based application store on ArangoDB’s agency. Join Kaveh as he demonstrates the significant added value that can be derived from immersing an application framework into the consensus realm.

ArangoDB Cologne Meetup

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Guacamole Fiesta, “What do avocados and databases have in common?”

May 15, 2018    Cologne, Germany

Join us for our very first ArangoDB Cologne meetup!
First our CTO, Frank Celler, will do a quick overview of the latest feature developments and what is coming with ArangoDB 3.4. Then, Michael Hackstein will talk about multi-model database movement, diving deeper into main advantages and technological benefits. Finally, we touch the Foxx Microservice framework which allows to easily extend ArangoDB and include it in your microservices landscape.

Devoxx UK 2018

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Max Neunhöffer, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

May 9-11, 2018    London, UK

The Devoxx family welcomes annually 12.000+ developers spread across Belgium, France, Poland, UK, Morocco and the USA. Join Max in London and learn about computer science.

Big Data Operations On Performance (BDOOP)

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Jan Steemann, “Running complex data queries in a distributed system”

April 26, 2018    Barcelona, Spain

Jan will discuss the challenges of running complex data queries in a distributed system and the available solutions that some open source distributed databases have picked to solve them.

NoSQL User group Cologne

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Max Neunhöffer, “Developing a devops friendly Kubernetes integration for ArangoDB”

April 12, 2018    Cologne, Germany

Join Max as he talks about an ongoing journey from early yaml files to an advanced integration supporting scaling, upgrading and monitoring in a devops friendly way. The journey will take us from tiny cloud environments to bespoke hardware, touching subjects such as persistency performance, session stickyness, access control and federation.

ArangoDB Online Meetup

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Kaveh Vahedipour, “Fundamentals and Best Practices of ArangoDB Cluster Administration”

April 10, 2018    Online ArangoDB

In this online talk, Kaveh will discuss the inner workings and mechanisms involved in clustering of ArangoDB databases. And go through basic administrative tasks like startup, orderly shutdown, rolling upgrading, creation and dropping of cluster database entities, authentication, SSL transport, live scaling of the cluster, and basic troubleshooting.

C++ User Group Köln

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Kaveh Vahedipour, “Consensus Algorithmen – Von PAXOS zu RAFT”

March 20, 2018    Cologne, Germany

Kaveh Vahedipour will be talking about having a RAFT based application store on ArangoDB’s agency. Join Kaveh as he demonstrates the significant added value that can be derived from immersing an application framework into the consensus realm.

DevOps Düsseldorf

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Max Neunhöffer, “Fishing Graphs in a Hadoop Data Lake”

February 21, 2018    Düsseldorf, Germany

Hadoop clusters can store nearly everything in a cheap and blazingly fast way to your data lake. Answering questions and gaining insights out of this ever growing stream becomes the decisive part for many businesses. Join Max Neunhöffer in this meetup to learn more about Hadoop.

Ottawa Graph

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Matthew Von-Maszewski, “Handling Billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

February 20, 2018    Ottawa, ON

Matthew Von-Maszewski will be talking about scaling a distributed graph database and will provide a brief overview about current approaches and their limits towards scalability.

Chicago C/C++ Users Group

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Daniel H. Larkin-York, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

February 20, 2018    Chicago, IL

In this talk Dan Larkin-York will introduce the audience to some of the challenges, address the difficulties of their interplay, and cover key approaches taken by some of the industry’s leaders (ArangoDB, Cassandra, CockroachDB, MarkLogic, and more).

Open Source Chicago

Meetup

Daniel H. Larkin-York, “Presentation: Computer Science Behind a Modern, Distributed Database”

February 17, 2018    Chicago, IL

Dan Larkin-York will give a presentation on distributed databases and a few current approaches to the challenges they present.

FOSDEM

Fosdem 2018

Michael Hackstein, “Handling Billions Of Edges in a Graph Database”

February 3, 2018    Bruxelles, Belgium

In this talk Michael will address the glitches and most important the solutions on the journey to a scalable and distributed graph database.

FOSDEM

Fosdem 2018

Michael Hackstein, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

February 3, 2018    Bruxelles, Belgium

This talk will touch complex and difficult computer science, but will at the same time be accessible to and enjoyable by a wide range of developers.

Data Day Texas

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Claudius Weinberger, “Fishing Graphs in a Hadoop Data Lake“

January 27, 2018    Austin, Texas

Data Day is one of the first NoSQL / Big Data conferences, Data Day Texas each year highlights the latest tools, techniques, and projects in the data space, bringing speakers and attendees from around the world to enjoy the hospitality that is uniquely Austin. Since its inception, Data Day Texas has continually been the largest independent data-centric event held within 1000 miles of Texas.

Annual RocksDB meetup at Facebook HQ

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Matthew Von-Maszewski, “Are you a Tortoise or a Hare”

December 4, 2017    CA, USA

This presentation demonstrates how to convert RocksDB’s natural “hare mode” into “tortoise mode” for timing sensitive applications and/or lower cost, lower capability hardware. RocksDB’s stalls and stops are explained. Then a new, open source EventListener object is discussed.

Big Data Spain

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Max Neunhöffer, “Fishing Graphs in a Hadoop Data Lake”

November 16–17, 2017    Madrid, Spain

Hadoop clusters can store nearly everything in a cheap and blazingly fast way to your data lake. Answering questions and gaining insights out of this ever growing stream becomes the decisive part for many businesses. Join Max in Big Data Spain to learn more about Hadoop.

Big Data Spain

Big data spain

Michael Hackstein,, “Scaling to billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

November 16–17, 2017    Madrid, Spain

In this talk, Michael’ll provide a brief overview of current approaches and their limits towards scalability. Dealing with complex data in a complex system doesn’t make things easier… but more fun finding a solution.

Devoxx

Devoxx

Max Neunhöffer, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

November 6–10, 2017    Antwerp, Belgium

The Devoxx family welcomes annually 12.000+ developers spread across Belgium, France, Poland, UK, Morocco and the USA. Join Max in Belgium and learn about computer science.

MesosCon Europe

Mesoscon Europe

Jörg Schad, “Disaster Recovery with a Distributed Database”

October 27, 2017    Prague, Czech Republic

This talk explains how ArangoDB implements asynchronous DC to DC replication between clusters using the Kafka message broker on both sides together with an incremental replication protocol and automatic write ahead log tailing.

Segmentfault Webinar

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Michael Hackstein, “Handling Billions Of Edges in a Graph Database”

October 25, 2017   Online

In this webinar, Michael @ ArangoDB will address the glitches and most important the solutions on the journey to a scalable and distributed graph database.

O’Reilly Velocity Conference

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Max Neunhöffer, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

October 18-20, 2017    London, UK

O’Reilly Velocity is a four days Conference focused on systems engineering, operations, and performance.

OSDFCon

OSDFCon

David Cowen & Matthew Seyer, “Database for Forensics –Artifact Correlation with ArangoDB”

October 17, 2017   Herndon, VA

The 8th Annual Open Source Digital Forensics Conference (OSDFCon) will be held on October 17, 2017. This event allows attendees to learn about new software and meet the developers.

O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference

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Max Neunhöffer, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

October 16-18, 2017    London, UK

Fast-paced and practical, the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference provides the design, development, and deployment training that veteran and aspiring software architects, engineers, and senior developers need.

Online Meetup

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Simon Grätzer: “Distributed graph processing with ArangoDB”

October 5, 2017    Online ArangoDB HQ

In this online talk Simon, the leading mind behind our Pregel integration, will introduce the concept behind the Pregel computing model and show you how to use our implementation with your data.

San Francisco Bay Area Big Data and Scalable Systems

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Daniel H. Larkin: “Handling Billions Of Edges in a Graph Database”

October 5, 2017    San Francisco, CA

In this talk, Dan will provide a brief overview of current approaches and their limits towards scalability. Dealing with complex data in a complex system doesn’t make things easier… but more fun finding a solution.

Peninsula NoSQL Meetup

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Daniel H. Larkin: “Modern architecture of distributed data stores”

October 4, 2017    San Carlos, CA

Over the past years, there has been significant progress in both the science and practical implementations of such data stores. In his talk Dan Larkin will introduce the audience to some of the needed ingredients, address the difficulties of their interplay and show four modern approaches of distributed open-source data stores (ArangoDB, Cassandra, Cockroach and RethinkDB).

HackMerced

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Daniel H. Larkin: talk and workshop

September 29, 2017    Merced

Dan will be teaching your minds @Hackmerced about perks of ArangoDB. HackMerced is a 36-hour long programming competition where 349 other contestants will team up, learn, code, design and pitch cool and creative projects that you always wanted to try out.

Webinar

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Use ArangoDB Agency as fault-tolerant persistent data store

September 19, 2017    Online ArangoDB HQ

Join our Sr Distributed System Engineer, Kaveh Vahedipour, to learn more about ArangoDB Agency on September 19th, 2017 (6PM CEST/12PM ET/ 9AM PT)

MesosCon North America

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ArangoDB is sponsoring MesosCon North America

September 13-15, 2017    Los Angeles, CA

MesosCon North America is an annual conference organized by the Apache Mesos community, bringing together users and developers to share and learn about the project and its growing ecosystem.

Segmentfault Webinar

Online Webinar segmentfault

Max Neunhöffer, “An e-commerce app in action built on top of a multi-model DB”

 September 12, 2017     Online

This talk presents a genuine use case of ArangoDB’s native multi-model approach, by means of the example of an e-commerce app.

Webinar

Keylines

Luca Olivari, “Building powerful apps with ArangoDB & KeyLines”

 September 7, 2017     Online

As data gets bigger, faster and more complex, you need to arm yourself with the best tools. In this webinar we’ll see how KeyLines and ArangoDB combine to create powerful and intuitive data analysis platforms.

GAP Days Fall 2017

GAP-Days

Max Neunhöffer, “ArangoDB,a native multi-model distributed database”

 August 31, 2017     Siegen, Germany

In this talk Max will give an overview of ArangoDB, a native multi-model distributed database. He will explain what this means and in which way ArangoDB stands out among the many other databases on the market. Max will in particular cover similarities and differences to classical SQL-based relational data stores.

FrOSCon

Froscon

Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

 August 19, 2017     Bonn, Germany

Free Software and Open Source – these are the topics of FrOSCon (Free and Open Source Software Conference). Every year in August the computer science department of the University of Applied Sciences Bonn-Rhein-Sieg, organize an exciting program with talks and workshops for visitors of all ages.

Kansas City Developer Conference

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Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

 August 03-04, 2017     Kansas, US

The event will be held at the Kansas City Convention Center in downtown Kansas City. Each year, we draw a large audience of new and experienced Developers, PMs, and Technology Managers from Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Oklahoma, and the Dakotas.

Kansas City Internet of Things Meetup

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Michael Hackstein, “Graph and Timeseries databases for IoT”

 August 02, 2017     Kansas, US

Join Michael on his journey to handle billions of edges in a graph database.

Data Science & Business Analytics

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Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

 August 01, 2017     Denver, US

Join Michael’s talk about Graph Database at the University of Colorado Denver

Workshop - PHP Maranhão

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Lucas Souza Vieira, “Applying NoSQL data models with ArangoDB “

 July 15, 2017    São Luis, Brazil

Our community member Lucas Souza Vieira will run a workshop about ArangoDB in Brazil. The focus of this event is to work on ArangoDB in a web application. This workshop will be in Portuguese.

Developer Week

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Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

 June 27, 2017     Nuremberg, Germany

In June 2017 the theme worlds .NET, web and mobile software development will be held in three days of the conference.

Live Q&A Session

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Frank Celler and Jan Steemann, “ArangoDB and AQL”

 June 27, 2017     Online from ArangoDB HQ

Join our CTO, Frank Celler, and our AQL ninja Jan Steemann for a live Q&A session on June 27th. Frank and Jan will answer any questions you have regarding ArangoDB and AQL (ArangoDB Query Language).

After a short introduction to the architecture of AQL and its capabilities, you can ask them any question about writing fast and stable queries with AQL – ranging from query composition to optimization. If you already have a question, please make sure to put it into the “Questions & Comments” field below!

Meetup - Marseille PHP

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Eric Dykstein, “RDBMS vs NoSQL, Différences et Uses Cases. Focus sur ArangoDB”

 June 27, 2017    Marseille, France

This talk will be in French. Join and discover the differences between the RDBMS and the NOSQL engines, like ArangoDB. A special thanks to our community member, Eric Dykstein, for doing the talk!

Graph Day SF

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ArangoDB is sponsoring Graph Day in San Francisco

 June 17, 2017     San Francisco, CA 

Graph Day seeks presentations and workshops related to: Property Graphs, RDF Graphs, Knowledge Graphs, Graph Query Languages, Graph Theory and Algorithms, Graph Analytics and Visualization, Linked Data, Ontologies, etc.

Meetup - Peninsula NoSQL

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Max Neunhöffer, “Graph Database – Challenges of Querying Big Data”

 June 13, 2017     San Carlos, CA 

In this talk, we will provide a brief overview of current approaches and their limits towards scalability. Dealing with complex data in a complex system doesn’t make things easier… but more fun finding a solution.

Berlin Buzzwords

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Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

 June 11-13, 2017     Berlin, Germany

Berlin Buzzwords is Germany’s most exciting conference on storing, processing, streaming and searchability of large amounts of digital data. It focuses on open source software projects.

Online Meetup

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Max Neunhöffer, “An e-commerce app in action built on top of a multi-model database”

 June 6, 2017     Online from ArangoDB HQ

This talk presents a genuine use case of ArangoDB’s native multi-model approach, by means of the example of an e-commerce app. We will dive deep into the native multi-model database ArangoDB and its query language – AQL. We give an introduction to the three data-models ArangoDB covers (Documents, Graphs and Key-Values), and explain that AQL is a uniform query language that can cover all three data-models of ArangoDB, so no context switches are necessary.

Online Meetup

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Scott Baugher, “ArangoDB on Kubernetes”

 June 1, 2017    San Francisco, USA

The focus of Scott’s talk will be running ArangoDB on Kubernetes.  He will demonstrate getting a simple ArangoDB cluster up and running in Kubernetes.

J On The Beach

JOTB

Max Neunhöffer, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

 May 15-17, 2017    Malaga, Spain

JOTB is an international rendezvous for developers and devOps around Big Data technologies. A fun conference to learn and share the latest experiences related to topics like distributed systems, IoT projects, Big Data Architectures and, the most important part, it’s On The Beach!

Webinar

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Luca Olivari, “The native multi-model approach and its benefits for developers, architects and DevOps”

 May 16, 2017     Online from ArangoDB HQ

This webinar gives a general overview of the multi-model database movement, in particular we will discuss its main advantages and technological benefits from an architect and devops perspective.

Online Meetup

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Mike Williamson, “GraphQL and ArangoDB”

 April 27, 2017     Online from ArangoDB HQ

Our community member Mike Williamson will join us this month with an interesting talk on GraphQL and ArangoDB.

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2017 Red Herring Europe

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ArangoDB “Top 100 Finalists”

 April 24-26, 2017     Amsterdam, Netherlands

ArangoDB Selected as Finalist for Red Herring Top 100 Award in Europe

Codeaholics April Meetup

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Thomas Weiss, “ArangoDB: when NoSQL becomes general purpose”

 April 12, 2017    Tin Hau, Hong Kong

Join to share our love of coding and coders. As always, Codeaholics is free and open to everyone.

DataWorks Summit

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Max Neunhöffer, “Fishing Graphs in a Hadoop Data Lake”

 April 5-6, 2017    Munich, Germany

DataWorks Summit/Hadoop Summit is the industry’s premier big data community event.

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Webinar - Modern data modeling

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Michael Hackstein, “Multi-model approach using ArangoDB”

 March 30, 2017    Online from ArangoDB HQ

This webinar gives a general purpose overview of ArangoDB. First the “Multi-Model” database movement is explained, in particular what are the main advantages and technological benefits.

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Meetup - Berlin Mesos User Group

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Claudius Weinberger, “Scaling Databases with ArangoDB on DC/OS “

 March 28, 2017    Berlin, Germany

Running Production Containers and Big Data Services Gets Even Better. Join for some great talks about new features in DC/OS 1.9, Mesos 1.2.0 and a demo of the Instana Package in the DC/OS Universe service catalogue

Voxxeddays

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Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

March 10, 2017    Bucharest, Romania

This developer conference will bring together popular speakers, core developers of popular open source technologies and professionals willing to share their knowledge and experiences.

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Voxxeddays

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Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

March 2, 2017    Bristol, UK

Voxxed Days Bristol features the latest & future topics in Java and cloud development. Leading international and local developer experts deliver the best content to keep attendees at the top of their game.

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MesosCon Asia

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Max Neunhoeffer, “Creating fault-tolerant services on Mesos “

 November 18-19, 2016    Hangzhou, China

MesosCon China is an annual conference organized by the Apache Mesos community, bringing together users and developers to share and learn about the project and its growing ecosystem.

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PyCoN.DE

Andreas Jung, “The hunt for the right NoSQL database. Why we love ArangoDB”

 October 28-30, 2016   Munich, Germany

With 40 international speakers, 3 tracks and workshops in English and German this is one of major Python events in Europe for professional learning and networking.

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GOTO Developer Conference

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Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

 October 12-14, 2016    London, UK

GOTO London 2016 is the meeting place for software innovators and thought leaders from startups and enterprises.

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Code.talks

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Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

 September 29-30, 2016    Kampnagel, Hamburg

The developer conference was launched in 2011 and is one of the largest and most important conferences in the field of webdevelopment in Germany and Europe.

Java User Group Hessen

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Michael Hackstein, “Polyglot Persistence & Multi-Model NoSQL Databases”

 June 30, 2016    Kassel, Germany

In this lecture Michael showed how to use a multi-model database within a polyglot persistence system and how this can reduce the workload.

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Meetup - CODE Odense

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Michael Hackstein, “Workshop: ArangoDB/Foxx”

 March 5, 2016    Odense, Denmark

CODE Odense aims are to actively share knowledge, developers and learn together about developing software. We love to sit down and code together.

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