Queueing theory for Node developers
November 15, 2021
Hall B

Queueing Theory is perhaps one of the most important mathematical theories in systems design and analysis, yet only few engineers learn it. This talk introduces the basics of queueing theory and explores the ramifications of queue behavior on system performance and resiliency with emphasis on async and Node.js behavior

Avishai Ish-Shalom
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Avishai Ish-Shalom
Developer Advocate
Avishai Ish-Shalom

"In a world where anything has an API, everything is a software problem" this insight has guided Avishai Ish-Shalom throughout his diverse career working on improving the complex socio-technical systems that create and operate modern software and promoting the use of Mathematics in system design and operations. Spending 15 years in various software fields and capacities, Avishai has served as Engineer in Residence in Aleph VC, engineering manager at Wix.com, co-founded Fewbytes and consulted many other companies on software operations, reliability, design and culture. Currently Avishai is a Developer Advocate for ScyllaDB (The boring database ;-)

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