Preliminary Agenda
Friday, 26.04.2013

 
Level: Intermediate

Time Track 1
(House 7 Great Hall)
Track 2
(House 6 Room 2)
Track 3
(House 6 Room 4/5)
08:30-09:15 Registration
09:30-10:30 Keynote- NoSQL Distilled to an hour
Martin Fowler
10:45-11:30

Apache Drill In-Depth Dissection
Michael Hausenblas
 
Level: Intermediate

Introduction to Hadoop
Lars George
 
Level:Beginner

Elastic, consistent and hierarchical data storage with ModeShape 3
Randall Hauch
Level: Intermediate

11:45-12:30

DynamoDB – on-demand NoSQL scaling as a service
Steffen Krause
Level: Intermediate

Big Data beyond Hadoop – How to integrate ALL your data
Kai Wähner
Level: Intermediate

NoSQL in 5+ years
Stefan Edlich
Level: Beginner
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:00

There and Back Again: A Cloud’s Tale
Fabian Lange
Level: Beginner

JSONiq – The SQL of NoSQL
William Candillon
 
Level: Intermediate

How to Compare NoSQL Databases
Benjamin Engber
Level: Intermediate

14:15-14:45

NoSQL the Telco way
Mahesh Paolini-Subramanya
 
Level: Intermediate

Query Languages for Document Stores
Jan Steemann
Level: Beginner

Introduction to Predictive Analytics for NoSQL Nerds
Larysa Visengeriyeva
Level: Beginner

15:00-15:45

Data Structures in Riak
Sean Cribbs
Level: Beginner

Rapid API Development with Foxx
Lucas Dohmen
Level: Beginner

 
15:45-16:30 Coffee Break
16:30-17:00

Processing a Trillion Cells per Mouse Click
Alex Hall

Building scalability into your next project with Riak
Matthew Revell
Level: Beginner


Intro to Neo4j or Domain Modeling with graphs

Michael Hunger
Level: Beginner

17:15-18:00

Introduction to Map Reduce with Couchbase 2.0
Tugdual Grall
Level: Intermediate

100% Big Data, 0% Hadoop, 0% Java
Pavlo Baron
Level: Intermediate

From Tables to Graph. Recommendation Systems, a Graph Database Use Case Analysis
Pere Urbón-Bayes
Level: Intermediate

18:00-19:30 Meetup

 
 

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Saturday, 27.04.2013
Time Track 1
(House 7 Great Hall)
Track 2
(House 6 Room 2)
Track 3
(House 6 Room 4/5)
08:45-09:00 Registration
09:15-10:00

Cypher Query Language and Neo4j
Michael Hunger
Level: Intermediate

Distributed Patterns You Should Know
Eric Redmond
Level: Intermediate

How to survive in a BASE world
Uwe Friedrichsen
 
Level: Intermediate

10:15-11:00

With a hammer in your hand… ElasticSearch
Simon Willnauer
Level: Beginner

Creating Neo4j Graph Databases with Hadoop
Kris Geusebroek
Level: Intermediate

Persistent message queues with Tarantool/Box
Konstantin Osipov
Level: Intermediate

11:15-12:15 Panel Discussion – Will NoSQL survive? Martin Fowler, P. Baron, T.Grall, L. George, S. Willnauer
12:15-13:15 Lunch
13:15-14:00

Triple R – Riak, Redis and RabbitMQ at XING
Sebastian Röbke & Dr. Stefan Kaes
Level: Intermediate

HBase Schema Design
Lars George
 
Level: Intermediate

Scalable Full-Text Search with DataStax Enterprise
Piotr Kolaczkowski
Level: Intermediate

14:15-15:00

Choosing The Right Big Data Tools For The Job – A Polyglot Approach

Dr. Nic Caine
Level: Intermediate

Boon and Bane for Software Architects
Ralf S. Engelschall
Level: Intermediate

Real-World Redis
David Czarnecki
 
Level: Intermediate

15:15-15:45

A Billion Person Family Tree with MongoDB
Randall Wilson
Level: Beginner

CAP and the Architectural Consequences
Martin Schönert
Level: Intermediate

Look Ma! No more Blobs
Aparna Chaudhary
 
Level: Beginner

15:45-16:30 Coffee Break
16:30-17:15

Map/Reduce in Action: Large Scale Reporting Based on Hadoop and Vertica
Dennis Meyer & Uwe Seiler
Level: Intermediate

PostSQL – using PostgreSQL as a better NoSQL
Hannu Krosing
Level: Intermediate

Persistent message queues with Tarantool/Box
Konstantin Osipov
Level: Intermediate

 
 

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  • Products

  • Use Case

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