NoSQL. A Technology for Real Time Enterprise Applications?

A session at NoSQL matters 2012

  • Dirk Bartels

Tuesday 29th May, 2012

11:50am to 12:35pm (CET)

The session focuses on the evolving value proposition NoSQL-database types such as key-value, document, and graph/object stores have and the influence of enterprise application architectures and requirements. After a brief introduction about the principles and the evolution of NoSQL, the presentation discusses critical requirements to make NoSQL work for enterprise application development in contrast to web applications.

  • Evaluating the technological foundation that led to the sucess of NoSQL technologies,
  • Considering the boundaries and trade-offs of NoSQL compared to typical enterprise requirements, and
  • Discussing additional capabilities for NoSQL stores for successful data management in real time enterprises.

The session addresses project managers, software architects and database developers.

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Time 11:50am12:35pm CET

Date Tue 29th May 2012



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