Real Time Analytics Summit is a two-day conference for developers and architects incorporating real-time analytics into the systems they are building now.
Real-time data pipelines are growing explosively, and with them the need to optimize the analytics capabilities we build around them. Developers and architects have increasingly been relying on new infrastructure components like Apache Pinot to expose analytics not just to internal decision-makers, but to users themselves. This conference will explore the technologies and architectural practices that enable us to move analytics out the dashboard and into the world, and to do at scale and at speed.
Organized by StarTree and the original creators of Apache Pinot®, Real Time Analytics Summit will cover everything in the real-time analytics ecosystem, including data streaming technologies, databases, BI tools, data architecture, and more.
What to Submit
Your talk should show your fellow developers something you've learned about building real-time analytics systems, whether it's the infrastructure you've employed, an application architecture you've found helpful, or some other relevant part of the modern data stack you're building. And if you want to give us a deep dive into a relevant infrastructure component or architectural principle, we'd love to hear that too. And let it not go without saying that we'd love to see a lot of proposals from people from underrepresented groups.
The program will cover a broad array of technologies, like Apache Pinot®, Apache Kafka®, Apache Flink®, Presto, Apache Superset®, and more. We hope your proposal ends up in the final program!
- Full conference pass
- Exclusive swag
- Access to private speaker dinner
- Recognition on conference website and social media promotion
CFP Closes: May 12, 2022
Speaker notifications sent: May 31, 2022
Conference Dates: August 16-17, 2022
Questions, thoughts, feedback?
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Talk submissions can cover a wide range of topics relating to real-time analytics: use cases, infrastructure, databases, data engineering, BI, UI tools, and more. Talks should be 45 minutes in length. Remember that a great submission tells a story and focuses on the attendee. Start by telling us what's wrong with their world, then tell us what you know that can fix that problem, then finish up by showing us how your talk will send them back home better than they came. We hope to see you in the program!