Presenter: Scott Shadley, Senior Business Development Manager, Micron Technology
When it comes to real-time big data, some SSDs perform better than others. Learn about Aerospike's hybrid-memory (DRAM + SSD) approach to NoSQL.
Hear Scott Shadley from Micron talk about the latest SSD developments and why MIcron drives perform as well as they do. Finally, learn how to determine which SSD will work for your database deployment.
Scott Shadley is currently a Senior Business Development Manager, focused on all aspects of Micron’s NAND and SSD portfolio. Formerly, Mr. Shadley was a Senior Product Marketing Manager; supporting Micron’s expanding Enterprise SSD products and marketing initiatives. His responsibilities include aspects of new product definition, product management, sales support, and marketing strategy for Micron’s growing NAND solutions portfolio. Previously, Mr. Shadley worked as a Director of Enterprise SSD marketing at STEC Inc. Mr. Shadley’s marketing efforts began when he was the marketing manager for Micron’s Mobile Segment selling PoP, MCP and other NAND, NOR and DRAM based designs. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Boise State University and an MBA in Marketing and Business Development from the University of Phoenix.
Aerospike is the only real-time NoSQL database built from the ground up to take advantage of today’s multi-core, multi-processor architectures and solid-state drives (SSDs). That’s what makes it fast – 500k TPS per node with sub-millisecond latency. Hybrid architecture with indexes in-memory and data either in-memory or on flash. Strong consistency, tightly coupled clusters (auto replication, re-balancing, cross data center synchronization) reliably store billions of objects and terabytes of data. Native flash means fewer servers, less power, lower ops costs than with just DRAM. Deployed in demanding environments for almost 3 years with no downtime. See our other events at www.aerospike.com/events.