Lennart Koopmann and the cool kids at Torch will be hosting this meetup. Great chance to check out their new space and ask them about graylog2 at the break. They are promising bevies AND pizza just to show the rest of us how it is done.
Astrid Ritscher will be giving a practical intro to document-oriented dbs with MongoDB. Frank Felix will give a practical talk about BigTable and BigQuery.
Astrid Ritscher: NoSQL – Live Concepts
This talk shows and demonstrates concepts of a document-oriented NoSQL database. Flexible database schema, transaction model, performance by horizontal scalability and agile development will be explained and demonstrated in MongoDB. How does a document look like in MongoDB? How are documents being searched? Which concepts are the basis of sharding? How are data replicated? This session gives short and vivid answers.
Frank Felix: Case study
Storing and analyzing the German commercial register (Handelsregister, Insolvenzregister and Bundesanzeiger) as semi-structured data in Google BigTable and BigQuery.