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About the Webinar
The path to creating a single view of your customers or your transactional systems is overflowing with high costs and complexity. Major vendors have built massive, million-dollar systems that are too expensive and too complicated for most. NoSQL-only solutions seem to have promise, but simply do not necessarily have what you need. Learn what Postgres can do for you that NoSQL-only solutions can’t.
Using a NoSQL-only solution and dumping gigabytes of data from multiple disparate systems into gigantic documents is complicated. And it forces tough choices—group all data by customer, by transaction, or by policy? You must choose, and this can be a hard process for some organizations. And almost always, organizations later learn they need relationships among the data, which NoSQL-only solutions cannot support.
Postgres eliminates the complexity and the pain of creating a single view of the customer. With recent advances, Postgres can support semi-structured, unstructured and structured data in the same environment, employing relational qualities and ACID compliance.
During this presentation, Marc Linster, SVP Products & Services, will review: ·
- How to do more with Postgres
- Open source alternative to RDBMS and more…
- The NoSQL Conundrum
- Why do developers like NoSQL Only solutions?
- Problems and fallacies of NoSQL (only)
- Data Standards
- Data Islands
- NoSQL Data Models include data access paths
- Not Only SQL – Technology Innovation on a Robust Platform
- Document Store
- See JSON Examples
- 360 Degree view of the customer
- Data Integration
About the Speaker
Marc Linster, SVP, Products & Services
Before joining EnterpriseDB, Marc spent almost 4 years at Polycom, the leading maker of video communications equipment, focusing on the Services Supply Chain, Business Intelligence, Customer Data Management and Cloud Solutions. Prior to Polycom, Marc lead a supply chain consulting and systems integration company working with customers in the US, Canada, France, Germany and Switzerland. This tapped the expertise he developed at Avicon Group, where he spent six years, first as chief technology officer then as vice president of operations, developing an extensive background in management, business consulting, systems integration, data management and business intelligence. Marc holds a Ph.D. (Dr. rer. nat) in Computer Sciences from the University of Kaiserslautern in Germany.