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Hybrid Databases: Your Cloud's Silver Lining + beer/soda/snax, win 5 Chromecasts

Free beer, desserts, soda, swag + five people will win a Google Chromecast!

Nicholas Porcaro, Senior Database Technologist, Altibase
Chris Chung, CEO, Altibase

A Database Month event

In our increasingly connected world, developers are moving away from traditional compilation in favor of web-based applications, exposing them to tremendous volumes of potential users across infinite platforms.

Wordpress and Drupal have transformed the way that people host and deliver content via database calls rather than static links and files. Mega-corporations venturing out into new verticals are relying on the same strategy to increase connectivity channels by orders of magnitude. These types of systems require tremendous compute and storage, and are traditionally associated with increased hardware spend or IaaS provisioning.

The rise in cloud platforms is a testament to how important these issues are to individuals, but maybe hardware is not the answer. Maybe it is the way we think about databases, what they are, and what they can do.

This discussion will teach you how an enterprise-grade hybrid database can provide the speed of in-memory data service with the storage capacity of disk in a single unified engine.

Nicholas Porcaro is the Senior Database Technologist at Altibase and has a deep understanding of databases through his many years as a technical engineer in various platforms. He has experience in various verticals including pharmaceutical and electronic hardware but is constantly expanding his technical knowledge base through his position at Altibase.

Swag giveaway + junk-food/beer/drinks at 6:30pm
Power-Networking at 6:35pm
Presentation starts at 6:45pm

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  • Eric David B.

    Video of the event has been posted in HD-1080p to

    May 29, 2014

  • Mohammad C.

    It was a great presentation. The speaker really was able to get my attention and not bore me, unlike some speakers. Very articulate and methodical when giving different use cases. Will be interesting to use their XDB product on memory intensive applications.

    May 28, 2014

  • Hamza

    Hey Eric, Thanks alot for the event. However can you please tell me if its possible to get the slides that were being presented ?

    May 28, 2014

  • Eric Coleman G.

    Good Information.

    May 27, 2014

  • @aaronchall

    There's several locations that show up on Google Maps, this is at about 19th and Broadway!

    May 27, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Am I allowed to bring a +1?

    1 · May 27, 2014

    • Eric David B.

      Certainly okay! It is best if your +1 also rsvp's if they can, but they should come regardless.

      May 27, 2014

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