November 18, 2019 | San Diego, California
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Monday, November 18 • 3:40pm - 4:00pm
FoundationDB Record Layer: Open Source Structured Storage on FoundationDB - Nicholas Schiefer, Apple

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The FoundationDB Record Layer is an Apache-licensed open source library for managing record-oriented data stores with semantics similar to a relational database on top of the FoundationDB key-value store. It provides a lightweight, highly extensible way to store structured data, including tools for schema management and a rich set of query and indexing features. The Record Layer is a stateless library built for massively multi-tenant cloud environments with a number of features that make it uniquely suited to hosting a large number of databases. As the most mature FoundationDB layer, the Record Layer is a core component of CloudKit, Apple's cloud structured storage system. The Record layer is actively developed by a team at Apple and has a variety of ongoing projects with opportunities for community members to contribute


Nicholas Schiefer

Software Engineer, Apple
Nicholas is a developer at Apple working on CloudKit and the FoundationDB Record Layer. His main focus is optimization and execution of declarative queries on structured data.

Monday November 18, 2019 3:40pm - 4:00pm PST
Grand Ballroom 5