Wednesday, April 1, 2015
08:30 AM - 09:15 AM
Hadoop and NoSQL. They are similar only in that they are both classified as software and do not use SQL. It is often helpful when learning about new technology to juxtapose two things side by side to better understand the differences, the job they are trying to get done, and how they often are seen fitting together within the wild. This talk is an architect’s perspective of what these technologies solve, tools that make using them easier to live with, and suggestions for how to fit them together within your business.
Randy Secrist is the Director of Professional Services at Basho Technologies, where he and his team work with clients to help design and implement applications using Riak, a key value database used to store massive amounts of data. Randy is obsessed with building scalable high-availability systems and loves sharing his accrued knowledge and experience with others. He has 10+ years of software development and integration experience using a variety of programming languages and tools.