New England Software Engineers Present: NoSQL Night #3

Washington D.C. campuses

GA Washington D.C. (1776 8th Floor)
1133 15th Street NW, 8th Floor
Washington DC 20005

Past Locations for this Event

New England Software Engineers Present: NoSQL Night #3

Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. campuses

GA Washington D.C. (1776 8th Floor)
1133 15th Street NW, 8th Floor
Washington DC 20005

Past Locations for this Event

About this event

Join the New England Software Engineers Meetup Group for NoSQL Night #3. During the event you will meet top-notch speakers, data scientists and data miners passionate about NoSQL and related technologies.

Talks are outlined below:

Putting together the platform: Riak, Redis, Solr and Spark

[Matthew Brender @mjbrender] Choosing the best technologies for your stack is only part of the challenge. A huge pain point comes in the integration of these toolsets in a way that runs smoothly from prototype to production. At Basho, we’ve built a platform that leverages Riak KV as a scalable, distributed database and have supplemented its abilities through additional technologies. We will walk you through the technology landscapes involved - from NoSQL databases to caching with Redis to analytics with Apache Spark - You’ll leave with both a logical and technological view of how we’re making it simpler to create a production platform with the Basho Data Platform. You will pick up on nuanced complexities of real-world environments, from dual-writer inconsistencies to eventual consistency to cache reindexing.We will use the example of a Product Catalogue that begins with a RDBMS backend and grows in complexity as business requirements require them to do so. By the end, you’ll know more about system architectures, the databases involved and one approach to weave together the technologies necessary for today’s application stack. (speech level: Intermediate; duration: 40 minutes)

NoSQL Solutions for the Internet of Things

[Giorgio Natili @giorgionatili] In the era of the Internet of Things it’s not anymore unusual to deal with big data on small devices. For instance you can find devices able to collect tons of information that have then be stored on the clouds for further analysis.During this talk you will learn how to install MongoDB, Aerospike and OrientDB on a board like the Udoo or the Intel Edison in order to store device sensors data. Once we learn how to run this solutions on the devices we will discuss their performances and how easy could be to sync the data to a cloud based back-end like parse, firebase, bassbox, etc. (speech level: intermediate; duration: 25 minutes)

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