Don’t Be Frightened by Moving to NoSQL
Date: This event took place live on October 22 2015
Presented by: Peter Milne
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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"NoSQL" is more than just a popular industry buzzword. Although it has been 17 years since Carlo Strozzi coined the neologism, the concept is even older than that. The world had NoSQL databases long before SQL was invented in the 1970s, thus proving that everything old is new again. In recent years a new wave of enterprise-class NoSQL databases have come to the fore to challenge the supremacy of Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS). One such example is Aerospike, a Flash/SSD-optimized key-value database. In this presentation, Peter Milne will take you through a comparison of NoSQL technologies. What are the conceptual differences between NoSQL and RDBMS? Why consider one versus the other for your use case? What data modeling, architectural and practical migration factors you will need to consider?
About Peter Milne, Aerospike, Senior Engineer
Peter is a Senior Engineer at Aerospike. Prior to Aerospike, Peter was co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at ITerative Consulting, a consulting company providing software modernization to clients worldwide. While at ITerative, Peter was also the Technical Director of a project to develop a consumer lending application at St. George Bank, a national bank in Australia.