From Academic Papers to Real-Life Application

Gyanendra Aggarwal
Senior Software Architect @ Grey Orange

Using chain-replication (CRAQ) and hitchhiker tree to implement a highly scalable and fault-tolerant fast (read/write) persistent store. This persistent store is being used to create a solution for warehouse automation.

Talk objectives:

- Learn and experience how we used these academic papers (with some small variation) to build a real-life application.

Target audience:

- All Erlang practitioners.

Gyanendra has worked in software development for about 30 years and used many programming languages. Currently, he is using Erlang for last 3 years and working for a solution for a real-life application using Erlang.

GitHub: gyanaggarwal

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