SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022: Transactional vs. Analytical Processing
SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022 is just around the corner! D-69!
As this event approaches we are pleased to announce you the next person joining the speaker team:
Christopher Hertel (@el_stoffel), Software Architect for Quentic, will talk about "Transactional vs. Analytical Processing":
When it comes to the design of your Symfony application, data plays a central role. From an architectural point of view there are two common ways this data is processed. Transactional processing ensures that changes to your data are consistent and safe. Analytical processing aims to make even complex queries fast and efficient.
We should always consider the nature of processing while implementing our application’s use cases. So let's have a look at the main criterias, strategies and trade offs that will help us to navigate through all the options we have and see how we can bring your own data warehouse to life in your Symfony application leveraging tools like Doctrine, Messenger and more.
Have a look on the SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022 agenda below:
- November 15-16: Pre-conference workshops (available on reservation)
-Building modular and interactive applications with Symfony UX
-Profiling Symfony & PHP apps
-Knowing your state machines Symfony Workflow
-Advanced Security with Symfony
-API development with API Platform
-Practical Forms with Symfony
-TypeScript for PHP Developers
-Getting the Most Out of PHPStan
-Test Driven Development The Right Way
-Mastering OOP & Design Patterns
-Symfony 5/6: the fast track
-RESTful Webservices in Symfony
Register now to secure your seat!
- November 17-18: Main conference with exciting talks and speakers: Fabien Potencier, Sebastian Bergmann, Marion Hurteau, Diego Aguiar, Ondřej Mirtes, Titouan Galopin, Pauline Vos, Tomas Votruba, David Buchmann, Alexander M. Turek, Isabel Garrido Cardenas, Stefan Koopmanschap, Mathieu Santostefano, Camille Jouan, Florent Destremau and, Fred Plais & Leah Goldfarb.
Register now and join us for this exciting event, be part of the @symfony community!
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