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Presenting NoSQL, NewSQL and Beyond at OSBCMatthew Aslett, May 12, 2011 @ 11:32 am ET
Next Monday, May 16, I will be hosting session at the Open Source Business Conference in San Francisco focused on NoSQL, NewSQL and Beyond.
The presentation covers our recently published report of the same name, and provides some additional context on the role of open source in driving innovation in distributed data management.
Specifically, the presentation looks at the evolving influence of open source in the database market and the context for the emergence of new database alternatives.
I’ll be walking through the six core drivers that have driven the development and adoption of NoSQL and NewSQL databases, as well as data grid/cache technologies – scalability, performance, relaxed consistency, agility, intricacy and necessity – providing some user adoption examples for each.
The presentation also discusses the broader trends impacting the data management, providing an introduction to our total data concept and how some of the drivers behind NoSQL and NewSQL are also impacting the role of the enterprise data warehouse, Hadoop, and data management in the cloud.
The presentation begins at 3pm PT on Monday 16. The event is taking place at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square. I hope to see you there.
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