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Tuesday, September 16 • 2:40pm - 3:30pm
The New Age of Data: How NoSQL Brings it Together

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The line between operational and analytic applications is an arbitrary division driven by limitations in legacy database and data-warehousing systems. Many people have extensive experience modeling data for Relational Database Systems (RDBMS). But in the modern world, NoSQL databases support a variety of native data types, such as XML, RDF, JSON, text and binary, and allow mixing and matching these within a database to provide flexibility and agility.

How do you move from an RDBMS view of the data world to a NoSQL view in order to leverage modern data models in your applications? Today, if you have data that’s useful, you build an application or put it in a data warehouse to unlock its value.  Application by application, our data centers have become more and more complex. Bringing the value back to the data itself, rather than the application it’s built on, creates the data-centered data center; rather than an application-centric database.

In this session, David Gorbet, VP of Engineering at MarkLogic, will discuss:

  • How a data-centered data center can generate immediate returns

  • How to break down the barrier between operational and analytic data stores and applications.

  • Different data modeling techniques for XML, RDF and JSON

  • How to handle thousands of queries in sub-seconds on any combination of storage technology


David Gorbet

VP Engineering, MarkLogic
David brings two decades of experience bringing to market some of the highest-volume applications and enterprise software in the world. David has shipped dozens of releases of business and consumer applications, server products and services ranging from open source to large-scale... Read More →

Tuesday September 16, 2014 2:40pm - 3:30pm PDT
Hotel Kabuki

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