Michael Freedman @michaelfreedman
Michael J. Freedman is the co-founder and CTO of TimescaleDB, an open-source database that scales SQL for time-series data, and a Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University. His research focuses on distributed systems, networking, and security.
Previously, Freedman developed CoralCDN (a decentralized CDN serving millions of daily users) and Ethane (the basis for OpenFlow / software-defined networking). He co-founded Illuminics Systems (acquired by Quova, now part of Neustar) and is a technical advisor to Blockstack.
Honors include: Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE, given by President Obama), SIGCOMM Test of Time Award, Caspar Bowden Award for Privacy Enhancing Technologies, Sloan Fellowship, NSF CAREER Award, Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award, DARPA Computer Science Study Group membership, and multiple award publications. Prior to joining Princeton in 2007, he received his Ph.D. in computer science from NYU's Courant Institute, and his bachelors and masters degrees from MIT.
Michael Freedman presents 5 Events:
TimescaleDB: Re-engineering PostgreSQL as a time-series database at PostgresConf US 2018
Building a scalable time-series database on PostgreSQL at PGConf US Mini: NYC 2017 [PgConf.US]
Building a scalable time-series database on PostgreSQL at PGConf Local: Philly 2017 [PgConf.US]
Building a distributed time-series database on PostgreSQL at Postgres Conference 2020
Advanced compression in TimescaleDB with hybrid row/columnar storage at Postgres Conference 2020