Call for Papers - Druid Summit
Druid Summit (https://druidsummit.org/) is a series of local events devoted to helping data professionals develop and operate real-time analytics solutions, based on the open source Apache Druid database. It includes training and education about Druid and its ecosystem, as well as talks by practitioners and industry experts covering development methods, architectural patterns, operational best practices and real-world case studies of Druid in production. It also provides a forum for the community to share their experiences and network with peers.

The best attended sessions are usually ones that are higher level talks about architecture and use cases, or very technical deep dives into features and functionality.  For inspiration, check out previous Druid Summit talks here: https://druidsummit.org/druid-summit-2021/

Submission Deadline: Rolling

You have the option of presenting live or pre-recording your presentation. Presentation time limit is 30 minutes.

Code of Conduct: https://www.apache.org/foundation/policies/conduct.html

We'll be in touch if your proposal is selected for one of our upcoming events! If you have any questions, please email our program committee at druid-summit@imply.io
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