NoSQL grows up: Standards and Conventions
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  Ciaran Dynes   Ciaran Dynes
Vice President Products
  Dipti Borkar   Dipti Borkar
Director of Solution Engineering
  Matthew Kalan   Matthew Kalan
Sr. Solutions Architecht
10gen, The MongoDB Company
  Jim Webber   Jim Webber
Chief Scientist
Neo Technology
  Michael Shaler   Michael Shaler
Director of Business Development


Thursday, August 22, 2013
02:00 PM - 02:45 PM

Level:  Technical - Intermediate

How much of your Big Data processing workflow have you created from scratch? If you're like most of us, quite a lot of it is. But how much of the thought you've put into designing your workflow could also apply to other Big Data projects?

Naturally, different Big Data projects follow the same operational procedures, business methodologies, and security practices. They also require individual governance models. Still, the Big Data community can clearly benefit from shared standards and conventions.

In this session, Ciaran Dynes will discuss the need for standards and conventions for using Hadoop, and will provide solutions to ensure compatibility with existing processes and systems.

As VP Products for Talend, Ciaran Dynes oversees the design of cutting edge open source integration technologies. He has over 12 years of experience in leading and developing teams of highly technical people and the development/implementation of product strategies impacting organizations on all levels.

Dipti Borkar is the Director of Solution Engineering at Couchbase where she is responsible for the global technical sales organization. She has played many roles at Couchbase more recently running the product management team responsible for the product roadmap of Couchbase Server. She actively works with customers and users to understand emerging requirements for low-latency, scalable data stores. Dipti has deep technical experience in the database industry having worked at IBM as a software engineer and Development Manager for the DB2 server team and then at MarkLogic as a Senior Product Manager. Dipti holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from the University of California, San Diego with a specialization in databases and holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business at University of California, Berkeley.

Matt Kalan is a Sr. Solutions Architect at 10gen, The MongoDB Company, based in New York, with extensive experience helping more than 200 customers in financial services and other industries solve business problems with technology. Before 10gen, Matt grew Progress Software's Apama Algorithmic Trading and Complex Event Processing (CEP) Platform business in North America and later sold broader operational intelligence solutions to FS firms. He previously worked for Caplin Systems selling solutions to stream real-time market data over the web to FX and FI portals, and for Sapient providing consulting services to global 2000 clients.

Dr. Jim Webber is Chief Scientist with Neo Technology the company behind the popular open source graph database Neo4j, where he works on graph database server technology and writes open source software. Jim, along with Ian Robinson and Emil Eifrem, co-authored the book Co-Author of O’Reilly Media’s Graph Databases.

Michael Shaler is a Director of Business Development at DataStax

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