Toronto, ONCanada M4T 1M5
March 8, 2012
Depends on the client. Tends to be a heady mix of WebSphere, Weblogic, JBoss, Tomcat, and good ol Apache. At home: usually Tomcat or another j2ee open source analogue. I'm not a huge rails user but I am a fan.
I was a specialist in DB2. I use/tune Oracle on I know more about relational databases than I care to. These days I see a lot of NoSQL in the form of Hive, not as much HBase as I would like to. At home I use MySQL for simple relational tasks and CouchDB for some simple NoSQL DB tasks.
Depends on what I'm caching. There are some commercial products that get used. I tend to use MySQL for a lot so MySQL cluster.
I'm a Solution Architect in the Information Architecture space with a focus on Big Data and MDM. I have a long history in Software Application Performance.