The Long Tail of NoSQL: Getting Shorter All the Time
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  Jared Rosoff   Jared Rosoff
Director of Customer Engagement


Wednesday, August 21, 2013
02:15 PM - 03:00 PM

Level:  Business / Non-Technical

What started as a way for web giants to solve problems of serious scale has become the default way all enterprises manage Big Data. Despite having a catchy, if inaccurate title, there really isn't a coherent "NoSQL" category, nor is there a simple future for the range of NoSQL databases. In this presentation, Matt Asay will outline the reasons for NoSQL's persistence and trends guiding its adoption, how the different NoSQL technologies help enterprises get control of Big Data in diverse ways, and why increased enterprise adoption will ultimately result in less fragmentation in the market, not more.

Jared is the Director of Customer Engagement at 10gen and it is his personal responsibility to make sure your MongoDB application is a success. Before joining 10gen, Jared ran Product Development at Yottaa where he developed a real-time analytics engine on top of MongoDB and Ruby on Rails. Jared began his career by dropping out of Brown University to become the founder and CTO of TAZZ Networks.

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