Aug 6 Webinar: NoSQL – Data Center Centric Application Enablement

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DATE: August 6, 2013 This webinar has passed. The recording is available On Demand.

TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific

PRICE: Free to all attendees

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NOTE! All attendees will be entered to win a free guest pass to the NoSQL Now! 2013 Conference & Expo

About the Webinar

OnDemandThe growth of Datacenter infrastructure is trending out of bounds, along with the pace in user activity and data generation in this digital era.  However, the nature of the typical application deployment within the data center is changing to accommodate new business needs.  Those changes introduce complexities in application deployment architecture and design, which cascade into requirements for a new generation of database technology (NoSQL) destined to ease that complexity.   This webcast will discuss the modern data centers data centric application, the complexities that must be dealt with and common architectures found to describe and prescribe new data center aware services.  Well look at the practical issues in implementation and overview current state of art in NoSQL database technology solving the problems of data center awareness in application development.

About the Speaker

Robert Greene, Oracle NoSQL Product Management.

Robert GreeneRobert Greene is a principle product manager / strategist for Oracle’s NoSQL Database technology.  Prior to Oracle he was the V.P. Technology for a NoSQL Database company, Versant Corporation, where he set the strategy for alignment with Big Data technology trends resulting in the acquisition of the company by Actian Corp in 2012.  Robert has been an active member of both commercial and open source initiatives in the NoSQL and Object Relational Mapping spaces for the past 18 years, developing software, leading project teams, authoring articles and presenting at major conferences on these topics. In his previous life, Robert was an electronic engineer developing first generation wireless, spread spectrum based security systems.

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