NoSQL matters 2012 in Cologne (DE)

NoSQL conference, http://www.nosql-matters.org/, will take place on 29 and 30 May 2012 in Cologne (Germany).

 

Featured Speakers

Salvatore Sanfilippo – The new Redis 2.6

There have been a lot of changes Redis had to go through in recent months. After one year in the lab, the new Redis 2.6 is now entering the NoSQL scene, providing a lot of new functions. So, how will Redis meet the demands of the upcoming challenges? Redis-creator Salvatore Sanfilippo will tell you.

 

Peter Idestam-Almquist – A different kind of database

Peter Idestam-Almquist will describe a different kind of a NewSQL database, which will process millions of ACID-compliant transactions while scaling in on a single machine to fully ensure consistency. He will also delve into the technical differentiators between traditional relational databases, NoSQL and NewSQL databases and what applications they are best-suited for.

Jan Lehnardt – The No-Marketing Bullshit Introduction to Couchbase Server 2.0

Couchbase is an Apache 2.0 licensed open source project based on memcached, Membase and CouchDB technologies aiming to storage data flexible, fast and reliable. Jan Lehnardt, Co-Founder of Couchbase, introduces the architecture, as well as features of CouchDB and demonstrates integration challenges and solutions. You’ll see how it all works under the hood.

Olaf Bachmann – The Google-Case

While the whole world seems to be thinking about NoSQL, Google now will be returning to SQL. As you can imagine, they wouldn’t do so without a purpose. And seemingly Google will not be the only company that prefers to manage its data repositories with SQL. Don’t miss the “No-NoSQL” presentation by Google’s Olaf Bachmann to find out the backgrounds.

Peter Neubauer – Fun&Pun with Graphs

With property graph databases and NoSQL coming into vogue over the last years, the interest in graph algorithms, graph processing and recommender systems has seen a lot of attention. Peter will show basic recommendation algos, spreading activation and min/max flow calculations on live demo graphs – be aware that things might break, but fun and pun is guaranteed.

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