NoSQL, WTF! Let’s Talk NewSQL. Enterprise Java developers moved from traditional RDBMS solutions such as Oracle Database and MySQL to NoSQL solutions such as Cassandra, MongoDB, and CouchDB to achieve elasticity, but for a hefty price: ACID properties. It seemed like a fair price to pay at the time. But not anymore. Here comes NewSQL —the best of both worlds. The NewSQL solutions aim to deliver the same scalability, elasticity, and performance while still maintaining the ACID properties of a traditional single-node RDBMS. NuoDB is gaining a lot of popularity in this domain. Volt DB is another good example. This presentation goes into the architectural and implementation details of the NewSQL database paradigm and discusses why it is time to think beyond NoSQL.
Karthik Shyamsunder is a Principal Engineer at VeriSign Inc. where he architects and building distributed computing applications for VeriSign products and services.
Karthik also serves as an adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University teaching graduate level courses in Distributed computing covering courses like Enterprise Computing using Java, Rich Internet Applications using AJAX, Distributed Computing on WWW. Karthik was awarded Teaching Excellence award in 2000 at Johns Hopkins University. (http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~kss). Karthik Shyamsunder is also co-chair of the Cloud and Big Data Computing concentration at Johns Hopkins University Engineering Programs.
Karthik has presented at several conferences including
1) JavaOne 2003 - You Are Hacked: Ten Strategies to Secure Your Web Applications
2) Northern Virginia Software Symposium 2006: Enterprise Web Security
3) AjaxWorld 2008: Building Rich Internet Applications using GWT
4) JavaOne 2008: You Are Hacked: What Every Java Developer should know Ajax Security?
5) JavaOne 2010: Hadoop vs. Relational Database: Shout-out Between a Java Guy and a Database Guy (JavaOne ROCK STAR)
6) JavaOne 2011: NOSQL vs. Relational Database: Shout-out Between a Java Guy and a Database Guy
7) JavaOne 2012 India:Java: A Perfect Platform for Data Science
8) JavaOne 2012:Java: A Perfect Platform for Data Science (JavaOne ROCK STAR)
9) JavaOne 2012:You Are Hacked: End to End Java EE Security In Practice
Karthik Shyamsunder has won the Rockstar Wall of Fame award twice,
the first time was for his presentation in 2010 on "Hadoop vs RDBMS", and most recently in 2012 for "Java: A Perfect Platform for Data Science" (http://www.oracle.com/javaone/quick-links/rock-star/index.html#kshyamsunder).
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