As new technologies emerge, it can be difficult to identify the benefits of the many different options available. In an effort to understand the NOSQL options better, specifically graph databases, Objectivity, Inc. has formed an internal Performance Center to evaluate the features, performance and functionality of different graph database solutions that are available today. This webinar will focus on understanding the complementary nature, use cases and value of graph databases for “Big Data” solutions. Please join us with guest speaker Noel Yuhanna, Principal Analyst serving Enterprise Architecture Professionals, Forrester Research Inc, for an overview of the NOSQL market and Brian Clark, Vice President Objectivity, presenting an overview of initial Performance Center Findings.
Principal Analyst serving Enterprise Architecture Professionals, Forrester Research, Inc.
Noel serves Enterprise Architecture Professionals. He primarily covers database management systems (DBMSes), infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), data replication and integration, data security, data management tools, and related online transaction processing issues. His current primary research focus is on customer usage experiences and broad industry trends of DBMS, IaaS, data security, enterprise data grids, outsourcing, information life-cycle management, open source databases, and other emerging database technologies.
Corporate Vice President, Objectivity
Brian Clark has nearly 30 years of software and technology experience, and was one of the early architects of Objectivity/DB. Before joining Objectivity, Brian worked at Automation Technology Products, providing leading tools in the MCAD market. Prior to that, he was with Project Management Services at International Computers Limited, one of Europe’s leading computer companies at the time. Brian holds a B.S