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Full-stack NoSQL Document Database

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6:00-7:00: Socializing (food, beverages - Thanks New Relic! (http://newrelic.com/))
7:00-7:10: Announcements
7:10-8:30: Full-stack NoSQL Document Database
8:30-8:45 Q & A

Full-stack NoSQL Document Database

Couchbase Server is an open source, document-oriented NoSQL database. It can be installed in your data center or mobile platform. The database is designed for ease of development and low latency at scale. As a mobile database, it has everything you need to build always-available apps that work online & offline.

This session will provide an introduction to Couchbase Server. Attendees will learn how they can easily store and access data in Couchbase using N1QL - SQL for JSON. The data can also be persisted using APIs from different languages. They'll learn how a Couchbase cluster can be easily created and scaled. Integration with multiple frameworks such as Spring Data, Spark, and Kafka will be discussed. Managing database using CLI, admin console and REST will be explained. Deployment options in Cloud and Containers will be discussed and shown.

The second part of the session will provide an introduction to Couchbase Mobile. It will explain the key features of fully functional, embedded, mobile NoSQL database. Attendees will learn how write apps faster using less code by taking advantage of database change events from Couchbase Lite. See how just a few lines of code enables app developers to synchronize data between multiple devices using Sync Gateway.

About the speakers

Cihan Biyikoglu is the Director of Product Management at Couchbase and a long time database veteran. Before joining Couchbase, Cihan worked on a number of public and private cloud platforms and data management and analytics platforms including Microsoft Azure, Microsoft SQL Server, Twitter Platform as well as Illustra and Informix Dynamic Server. Cihan has a masters degrees in Database Systems From University of Westminster and Computer Engineering from YTU.

Zachary Gramana’s lifelong passion for technology began with programming his first computer: a Commodore VIC-20. After spending years building mobile apps, web apps, libraries, frameworks, and ANTLR grammars, Zack now handles the product manager duties for Couchbase Mobile.