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Stonebraker Says: Traditional RDBMS Wisdom is All Wrong
4/22/2014 - 4/22/2014
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Online

 

Join us on Tuesday April 22nd at11:00am ET / 10:00am CT / 8:00am PT for a webcast presented by Professor Michael Stonebraker of MIT, co-founder of VoltDB

 

The Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) communication represent the collision of the digital and physical worlds. Billions of devices are being used to generate, gather and share information 24x7 from every corner of the globe – changing the way we live, work and interact. The result is an unprecedented onslaught of big data.

Within that data is the power to drive faster, smarter business – to gain competitive advantage, to improve the customer experience, to give your market what it wants – but only if you have the ability to understand and act on that information while it’s relevant.

Few businesses have the ability to extract the value of their data when it matters most – at the moment it arrives – because traditional database technology simply hasn’t kept pace.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t get there. MIT’s Professor Michael Stonebraker, the father of modern relational database technology and co-founder of VoltDB, can help.

Join us for “Stonebraker Says: Traditional RDBMS Wisdom is All Wrong,” the first in a series of informative, educational webcasts presented by Michael Stonebraker.

When Stonebraker speaks, listeners are guaranteed a frank, honest perspective on what works and what doesn’t – he doesn’t pull any punches. In this session, he’ll take a critical look at the conventional wisdom behind OLTP RDBMSs – why it’s outdated and renders most major commercial DBMS offerings obsolete – and then present the case for modern in-memory architecture.

Don’t miss this opportunity to get the straight talk from Stonebraker.

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