101 Labs: VoltDB, Hands on

VoltDB 101 Lab Agenda:

In this hands-on lab session VoltDB’s Field CTO, Ryan Betts will lead us through how to quickly import and extract from a high speed NewSQL database to a slower speed traditional SQL Database.  Participants will learn how to take advantage of NewSQL sharding to consume data as fast as possible and then extract it to a traditional database in a transactionally secure manner.


Interactive Workshop Schedule:

  1. A brief introduction to VoltDB
  2. Building a VoltDB application in under 30 minutes
  3. Building a web-application in front of VoltDB
  4. Adding real-time ETL to a VoltDB application

Environment setup:

Attendees that wish to participate / follow along with building a VoltDB application should arrive with VoltDB community edition downloaded.  The requirements are available at:
http://voltdb.com/docs/UsingVoltDB/ChapGetStarted.php.  For Windows users, you will need Linux 64bit VM environment.  Mac or Linux users can go native but VM is also recommended.

What you will get out of this hands-on session:

  1. Tactile experience with the technology
  2. A guided test-drive - because its always better to play with something rather than just hear about it
  3. Networking with folks in the BI community solving similar problems


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  • Yuriy Michael G.

    All, I've canceled the event and issued full refunds due to an issue with our meetup space. I will reschedule with VoltDB. Stay tuned.

    April 1, 2013

  • Mehboob A.

    What happened.. I think I got a refund

    April 1, 2013

  • eli s.

    can't do it that day.

    March 29, 2013

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