Free T-shirts/swag, beer, desserts and soda!
Cory Isaacson, CEO/CTO, CodeFutures
A Database Month event http://www.DatabaseMonth.com/database/codefutures-dbshards
Managing Big Data is a huge challenge, especially when it comes to making the data useful and meaningful.
In this session you will learn:
• How to manage a non-stop 24X7 database cluster
• What the best approaches are for processing Big Data into meaningful analytics
• How to respond to today's actionable business challenges, turning your organization into a real-time enterprise
• How to provide real value from your organization's existing data assets with minimal disruption
If you are looking to learn new approaches to Big Data that you can rapidly-implement then this session is for you!
Cory Isaacson, CEO/CTO, CodeFutures (http://www.codefutures.com/), has been actively involved in leading database technologies for over 20 years. Most recently, Cory was president of Rogue Wave Software, managing the organization for over 3 years, building new product strategies, culminating in a successful acquisition in mid-2007 by a leading private equity firm. With his focus on database technology, he founded a leading independent consulting firm in the early days of relational database systems. The firm led to several acquisitions, and to date he has completed 5 software acquisitions in his career.
His interest in scalability and parallel computing led to his first book, Software Pipelines (Addison-Wesley, 2009). He has published numerous articles on database and Big Data technology, has spoken at 100s of technical events, and is now working on a new book project in the field. While at Rogue Wave, with a focus on Wall Street customers, he became keenly aware of the need for database scalability -- and thus dbShards was born, the primary offering of CodeFutures.
As CEO/CTO of CodeFutures, he is responsible for the dbShards technology direction and corporate management.
Swag-giveaway, beer & junk-food at 6:00pm
Power-Networking at 6:05pm
Presentation starts at 6:15pm
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