Multi-tenancy in the NoSQL world
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  Alex Friedgan   Alex Friedgan
Data Architect
AA Central


Thursday, August 22, 2013
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Level:  Technical - Intermediate

Giving more control and autonomy to client organizations may be necessary for your data warehouse. It leads to the complexities of a multi-tenant implementation. Each database technology has inherent constraints, as well as certain advantages. Based on our recent projects, we explore:
  • Multi-tenancy requirements on the infrastructure, the database itself, and ETL processes
  • Infrastructure components required
  • Design alternatives
  • Compare implementations in relational row-based, columnar, and NoSQL databases

Alex Friedgan builds and promotes data practice at Roundarch Isobar. Alex has worked in multiple roles, including: research engineer, developer, analyst, college professor, database administrator, and data architect. He succeeded in solving problems of statistical analysis, data warehousing, distributed data architecture, enterprise data management, meta-data repository and meta-data stand-alone solutions. He can be reached at

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