Next Meeting: Mon, Jun 12 2017

An Introduction and discussion of noSQL!

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None
RSVPURL: https://www.meetup.com/Capital-Area-SQL-Server-User-Group/events/238490257/

As modern applications have faced the unstructured demands of the social, mobile, and IoT spaces, the limitations of the relational database model have surfaced.  A new breed of database, commonly called noSQL, has emerged in several different forms to meet these new challenges. From distributed key/value stores to document-oriented, these modern databases are providing developers with low-cost alternatives to achieving massive scale and flexibility. This talk will introduce NoSQL taxonomies, and will explore common SQL developer tasks as performed in a non-relational system.

When

iCal
UTC : Mon, Jun 12 2017 21:30 - 00:00
Event Time : Mon, Jun 12 2017 17:30 - 20:00 Eastern Daylight Time
Your Local Time: Mon, Jun 12 2017 21:30 - 00:00

Where

26 Tech Valley Drive
East Greenbush, New York

Direction: None

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noSQL

Speaker: John Zablocki, Senior Director of Engineering HealthcareSource

Summary: As modern applications have faced the unstructured demands of the social, mobile, and IoT spaces, the limitations of the relational database model have surfaced. A new breed of database, commonly called noSQL, has emerged in several different forms to meet these new challenges. From distributed key/value stores to document-oriented, these modern databases are providing developers with low-cost alternatives to achieving massive scale and flexibility. This talk will introduce NoSQL taxonomies, and will explore common SQL developer tasks as performed in a non-relational system.

About John: He is an author for both O'Reilly, and Packt Publishing. John is a former adjunct at Fairfield University in the Dolan School of Business. John holds an M.S. in Computer Science from Rensselaer, where he became an enthusiast of open source technologies. Online, John can be found at http://about.me/johnzablocki. Offline, he can be found too infrequently with his dog, daughter, and his Fender Stratocaster.

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