Is my app a good fit for Apache Cassandra? Or is Cassandra a good fit for my app? These are the questions many developers are asking themselves taking the popularity of the new NoSQL database technologies out there on the market nowadays.
For our October LAPHP talk we invited DataStax and Christian Carollo (of GameFly) to give a high level overview of Apache Cassandra and various ways how you can use it in your applications.
We will have an active Q&A and member discussion afterward.
Christian Carollo is the director of cloud and alternative platform development at GameFly. He is focused on availability, reliability and scalabilty in cloud computing and how mobile, tablet and other non-traditional platforms can leverage cloud-based services.
Previously Christian has worked at Fandango as the Director of Data Systems and at several other internet companies over the last 15 years.
Follow him on twitter at @supernaut.
DataStax is the commercial company behind Apache Cassandra, the massively scalable NoSQL database. Apache Cassandra is the engine that powers DataStax Enterprise, the big data platform that integrates Cassandra for real-time, Hadoop for batch analysis, Solr for search and OpsCenter for monitoring and management.
Food and drinks for this event are kindly sponsored by crowdfunder.
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Our venue sponsor is Coloft.
Yet again, big thanks to our friends at CoLoft Avesta, Cameron & Gang for hosting us! Don't miss also their Coloft Academy -- a business and tech training curriculum for startups.
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