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The Exciting World of NoSQL: Scaling NoSQL Data, N1QL vs. SQL & Mobile Databases

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Free beer & drinks, pizza, swag and more!

Ravi Mayuram, Senior VP of Products & Engineering, Couchbase

A Database Month event

In this exciting presentation, you will learn from the Senior VP of Engineering at Couchbase how to design your project to utilize a memory-first NoSQL architecture.

We will provide the fundamentals of querying a NoSQL database and utilizing the N1QL language (pronounced "nickel") to access JSON documents in a SQL-like manner.

You will also learn how to use elastic scaling and XDCR cross data center replication to dramatically advance your application's scalability and availability. We will cover the benefits of support from different cloud providers and container orchestration frameworks.

You will also learn how to maximize the benefits of NoSQL within mobile applications by using a Sync Gateway.

We will also discuss how you can get involved in the Couchbase community as well as how global support works. You cannot afford to miss this non-relational database event, it will be epic!

Ravi Mayuram, Senior VP of Products & Engineering, Couchbase

Ravi Mayuram is responsible for product development and delivery of Couchbase ( NoSQL offerings.

Ravi comes to Couchbase from Oracle where he was a senior director of engineering leading innovations in the areas of recommender systems and social graph, search and analytics, and lightweight client frameworks. He was also responsible for kickstarting the Oracle cloud collaboration platform.

Previously in his career, Ravi has held senior technical and management positions at BEA, Siebel, Informix and HP in addition to couple of start ups including BroadBand Office, a Kleiner Perkins funded venture. Ravi holds a MS in Mathematics from University of Delhi.

Swag giveaway + food/drinks at 6:30pm
Power-Networking at 6:35pm
Presentation starts at 6:40pm

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