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Live Cassandra Webinar with Al Tobey: February 13th, 2014 17:00 GMT/18:00 CET

Ale M.
user 128665702
Uxbridge, GB
Join DataStax’s Open Source Mechanic Al Tobey (@AlTobey) on Thursda­y February 13, 2014 at 17:00 GMT/18:00 CET for a live webinar session. In this session, Al will talk about how to build systems that don't rely on RMW (Read-Modify-Write), with a focus on Cassandra. Finally, for those times when RMW is unavoidable, he will cover how and when to use Cassandra's lightweight transactions and collections.
This live webinar will conclude with a full-length live Q&A session, to ensure everyone’s Cassandra questions are answered.
Be sure to RSVP here if you already haven’t: http://learn.datastax.com/WebinarCassandraBeyondReadModifyWrite.html­ and check out all of our upcoming community webinars: http://www.datastax.com/resources/webinars­
I hope you can join us!
P.S. Past recorded webinars can be found in this playlist, on the Planet Cassandra YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.co...­
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Webinar Abstract
As we move into the world of Big Data and the Internet of Things, the systems architectures and data models we've relied on for decades are becoming a hindrance. At the core of the problem is the read-modify-write cycle. In this session, Al will talk about how to build systems that don't rely on RMW, with a focus on Cassandra. Finally, for those times when RMW is unavoidable, he will cover how and when to use Cassandra's lightweight transactions and collections.
About Al Tobey
Al is a father, technologist, musician, and open source advocate working for DataStax. While attending Central Michigan University as a music major, Al got into MUDs, C, and Linux, eventually ending up with a career as a sysadmin. Over the last 15 years, Al has worked on everything from kernel changes to modern web applications, mostly from inside operations teams. These days he goes by the title Open Source Mechanic, which means he tries to do interesting things with Cassandra and other open source software.
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