The Briefing Room with Barry Devlin and NuoDB
Live Webcast on Oct. 23, 2012
Three major factors in enterprise computing are combining to rewrite how data is stored, accessed and managed: 1) the demand of analytics that now spreads across hundreds, even thousands of users; 2) the pervasiveness of Big Data in all its forms and sizes; and 3) the rise of the commodity data center, aka Cloud computing. The convergence of these forces calls for a new data foundation, one that can handle the scalability and workload issues that face today's information managers.
Check out this episode of The Briefing Room to learn from veteran Analyst Barry Devlin, one of the very first architects of data warehousing, who will explain how today's information architectures require a radically different approach. He'll be briefed by Barry Morris, Founder and CEO of NuoDB, who will tout his company's product, described as a peer-to-peer messaging system that acts as a database. It behaves just like a traditional relational database, but was designed with a completely distributed and scalable architecture.