For the first time in four decades something new is happening in the database world. Five years ago a multitude of so called NoSQL databases were born to address the Big Data challenge. Data volumes and often also user volumes have grown a hundred or thousand times larger compared to what we were dealing with just one decade ago. Also the data has evolved to be more complex and more heterogeneous, and it doesn't easily fit into rows and columns anymore.
Henrik Ingo - About the Speaker
Henrik Ingo is a MongoDB Solutions Architect based in Helsinki and leads the Telecom Solution Architecture team. Prior to MongoDB he worked as a database performance architect at Nokia, and in various roles in MySQL, Sun Microsystems, MariaDB and Galera.