NoSQL Technology and Enterprise Applications -- Where the Rubber Meets the Road
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  David Segleau   David Segleau
Director Product Management
Oracle Corporation


Thursday, August 22, 2013
09:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Level:  Technical - Intermediate

Oracle NoSQL Database is an enterprise-class NoSQL offering from the leading data management company. It focuses on providing an easy-to-use programmatic API, predictable scalable performance, simple administration and management, as well as integration with the rest of the Oracle technology stack. Enterprise application developers worldwide are looking at how they can leverage the disruptive technology available in NoSQL databases for new and existing applications. Come hear how Oracle NoSQL Database can help you build new, innovative, scalable applications

This session will discuss the key database and application requirements that we hear from our enterprise customers. This session will explore how these requirements are addressed in Oracle NoSQL Database. It will describe several real-world use cases from customers who are using Oracle NoSQL Database today .

From a technical perspective, this session will focus on: * Performance, Scalability and Predictability * NoSQL cluster management * Integration with Hadoop, Oracle Database, Coherence and Event Processing * Real-world use cases

David Segleau is the Director Product Management for the Oracle NoSQL Database, Oracle Berkeley DB and Oracle Database Mobile Server. He joined Oracle as the VP of Engineering for Sleepycat Software (makers of Berkeley DB). He has over 30 years of industry experience, leading and managing technical product teams. He has worked extensively with database technology as both a customer and a vendor. David has held management positions at many technology companies, including Britton-Lee, ShareBase, Teradata, Illustra, Informix, ANTs Software, Sleepycat Software and now Oracle. David has spent most of his career working with leading and innovative technologies. What he enjoys most is merging customer and business requirements with product development expertise, thereby generating products and technology that solves real-world problems.

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