Tuesday 24th January, 2012
2:00pm to 2:45pm
The last 10 years saw the emergence of NoSQL as an alternative way to handle scaling, agility and other issues. But the greatest credit NoSQL deserves is showing the weaknesses of classical systems. It looks like the classic relational world has listened to these hints: Now they promise to provide scalability with full transactional support. This new group of systems is now referred to as "NewSQL" and leads to a fruitful competition between the two worlds. This talk summarizes the newest of NoSQL and shows systems that lead the NewSQL space.
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