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Join Oracle NoSQL DB and InfiniteGraph development teams in a discussion of the latest trends in Big Data and Graph Technology. Learn what Oracle’s view of Big Data is and how Oracle NoSQL Database technologies enable you to manage vast amounts of real-time key-value data.
Dave Rubin, Director of Oracle NoSQL Product Development will share how NoSQL Database is designed to be a highly available and extremely scalable server with predictable levels of throughput and latency, while requiring minimal administrative interaction.
Brian Clark, Vice President, Product Management, Objectivity, will focus on relationship analytics as well as an introduction to NoSQL data stores, graph databases and how InfiniteGraph compliments NoSQL DB.
Dave Rubin has extensive background in big data systems. Prior to Oracle, Dave was with Cox Enterprises where he ran the Infrastructure Engineering organization responsible for developing big data systems in the Online Display Advertising vertical. Previously, he ran the engineering teams at Rapt Inc, delivering Price Optimization and Inventory Forecasting solutions to online media companies. Dave started his career at Sybase where he worked on various parts of the database kernel including access methods, query optimization, resource management, and transaction management. He holds four U.S. patents in the areas of query optimization and advanced transaction models.
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. degree in Computer Science from Sheffield University, England.
If you can't make it to this event but would like to learn more about Oracle NoSQL DB, please visit: http://www.meetup.com/Oracle-NoSQL-Meetup/events/73603472/ for the Oracle NoSQL meetup kickoff Aug 14