W9: Current State of NoSQL Databases
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  Mike Bowers   Mike Bowers
Enterprise Data Architect
LDS Church


Sunday, April 2, 2017
02:30 PM - 05:45 PM

Level:  Introductory

This course evaluates the top NoSQL databases for typical NoSQL database use cases, such as caching, high-velocity operational applications, live analytical applications, global availability, data hubs, search applications, fast development, and lower licensing costs. You will learn the differences in the physical data models, transaction engines, and clustering capabilities of each major NoSQL database, what enterprise capabilities they have, and how that determines the use cases the database is best suited for.

Michael Bowers is principal enterprise data architect at the LDS Church. He has spent over 20 years as an enterprise architect, software developer, and database architect. In 2008, Michael brought the MarkLogic NoSQL database to LDS. Today it delivers 1.8 TB of data to 95 million annual visitors with billions of page hits across 182 websites, transactional applications, and web services.

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