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The Call for Papers ends on September 11th, 2020.
In-Memory Computing Summit 2020 Call for Speakers
In-memory computing is powering digital transformations and providing a path to next generation applications for use cases such as web-scale applications, Digital Integration Hubs, the Internet of Things (IoT), and Big Data analytics. At the In-Memory Computing Summit, attendees can learn about the in-memory computing technologies now available as well as best practices from users and practitioners.
How to Participate
Contribute to the in-memory computing conversation by submitting a speaking proposal on one of these topics or a topic of likely relevance for the community:
- User stories and business use cases
- What's new and upcoming in in-memory computing software and hardware
- Best design practices and performance optimizations
- High availability, clustering, and replication
- Monitoring, management, automation tools and best practices
- Streaming data
- In-memory computing in the cloud
- Include your presentation details in a concise and clear way. Your submission doesn’t need to be extensive but it should be well thought out. Clearly state:
- Technologies that will be covered
- The purpose of the talk (problem, solution, etc.)
- Your target audience
- What the audience will learn from your session
- Make your speaker biography as informative as your abstract. The Conference Committee is highly receptive to new speakers but you need to let them know who you are.
- Proposals should not be sales pitches. Attendees are looking for in-depth technical or business talks, not sales or product pitches.
- Limit the scope of the talk to 50 minutes. It is better to be thorough and cover less material than to cover a lot of material in a superficial way.
- Do not assume your company name buys you credibility. If you propose talking about something important that you know well because of what your company does, detail that in the description.
- If you are submitting a speaking proposal on behalf of another individual, make it clear who will be speaking and provide the contact information of the proposed speaker.
- Explain why people will want to attend your talk. Tell the Conference Committee if your topic is gaining new attention or it is critical to modern business or it is a topic that everyone should understand in more depth.
- Make your presentation stand out by submitting an original proposal that focuses on real world use cases, relevant examples, and knowledge transfer.
- New Capabilities
- Tales from the Trenches
Breakout Session Length
Submissions should clearly indicate the topic and content of your proposal. Sessions should be 50 minutes in length, including Q&A.