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The database landscape is evolving as new, scalable data stores emerge. Key value stores, large tabular stores, document-oriented databases, and graph databases offer a compelling alternative to the traditional relational database. By removing joins and loosening ACID constraints, this new class of non-relational or “NoSQL” solutions gain the ability to scale horizontally. In addition, NoSQL solutions offer interesting alternatives to the traditional relational data model.
This panel discussion features the key innovators in the NoSQL space. We will introduce attendees to the key concepts required to understand and evaluate NoSQL data stores, including the CAP Theorem, consistency models, NoSQL data models, and approaches to scaling. We’ll explore relevant use cases and compare and contrast the many open source NoSQL solutions.
Roger heads the West Coast Operations for 10gen, the company that develops and supports the open source database MongoDB. He has over 20 years of experience of building and delivering great and innovative products to market and has deep expertise and knowledge of database architectures and internals. Roger holds several patents for database and middleware technology. His experience leading product development and engineering teams includes 12 years with Oracle’s Database and Application Server development organization where he pioneered products that delivered heterogeneous interoperability, as well as several years as SVP of product operations and engineering at Apple’s PowerSchool division. Roger also held leadership positions at OuterBay and Efficient Frontier. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in computer science from the HogeSchool Enschede.
Peter is co-founder of a number of popular Open Source projects such as Neo4j, Tinkerpop, OPS4J and Qi4j. Peter loves connecting things, writing novel prototypes and throwing together new ideas and projects around graphs and society-scale innovation. Right now, Peter is concentrating on turning Open Source projects into profitable enterprises at Neo Technology, the company sponsoring the development of Neo4j, the Graph Database. Also, Peter is a Mentor helping startups at Startupbootcamp Copenhagen and organizing events like http://www.thoughtmade.com and TEDx Öresund.
Matt is VP of Customer Solutions and co-founder at DataStax (formerly Riptano), the commercial leader in Apache Cassandra™. Prior to DataStax, Matt built and managed the Email and Apps infrastructure development group at Rackspace. Prior to Rackspace, Matt was at Webmail.us where he worked in various management roles in infrastructure and scalability. Matt holds a BS from Virginia Tech in Computer Science.
Tim Anglade is Head of Developer Programs at Apigee, the API company. In previous lives, he created the NOSQL Summer, recorded the NOSQL Tapes, and was an Invited Expert at the W3C. Tim wrote & maintained a wide range of software, from e-Commerce Rails sites to HTML5 mobile apps; from small client libraries to financial infrastructure handling petabytes of data every day. When he’s not busy helping developers build their stuff, he’s out speaking at conferences such as GoGaRuCo, OSCON, Oredev or DrupalCon, and teaching mobile trainings around the world. You can find him on Twitter as @timanglade.
In 2008, Tony co-founded Basho Technologies which makes Riak, an open-source, distributed data store. As Chief Operating Officer at Basho, Tony directs product development, support, sales and marketing. Prior to Basho, he held senior management positions at Akamai Technologies, DIGEX (now Verizon Business), and Oplayo, OY, a Helsinki-based start-up.
Tony’s favorite things about Basho: the open source community that has embraced Riak, the chance to work with people much smarter than he is and learn from them, and the opportunity to play a part, for the third time in his career, in establishing a new technology category.
Tony lives in Portland, Oregon, and looks forward to riding his bike to OSCON.
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