March 7, 2014 · 8:30 AM
BLU Acceleration/Cloud and beyond Presentation/Demo | SystemZilla
Presentation and Demo: BLU Acceleration, the Cloud and beyond…
John J. Park, IBM Product Manager for DB2 with BLU
Technology is synonymous with change....
Come join John Park, DB2 product manager, discussing the ins and outs of DB2's BLU Acceleration technology and why it’s the first step in a new direction for IBM's flagship distributed database product. BLU Acceleration is a 90-degree shift, literally, to traditional data stores leveraging the latest in-memory and CPU technologies.
Learn what makes BLU Acceleration tick, how fast it ticks and how to make DB2 tick at the speed of business. As an added bonus, John Park leads DB2's cloud endeavors and will discuss how BLU Acceleration is racing into the stratosphere and what cloud means to IBM. Change is inevitable.
Title : Systemzilla , Huy Ly, IBM Product Technical
The downward trend of solid state drive (SSD) prices is driving database adoption of flash storage technology. This session will examine two use cases with SSD, covering OLTP (2TB) and warehouse (76TB) environments. The topics will include performance gains, throughput, and implementation practices.
Bio: Huy Ly is an Information Management Technical Specialist at IBM for 15 years. He has a keen interest in system performance, finding patterns in data, and data encryption. He is currently looking for an opportunity to implement the next 'Frankenserver' - DB2 BLU on SSD.
Bio: John Park is an IBM Senior Product Manager with over 10 years of experience in Enterprise Databases and Business Intelligence. His responsibilities have included leading Information Management's next generation
systems and offerings including the Smart Analytics and PureData for Operational Analytics. He currently runs the IBM DB2 cloud strategy with an emphasis of how IBM DB2 BLU acceleration plays in the stratosphere of this space. His personal goal is to turn IBM upside down or at the very least, orthogonal to drive value with our customers.