Next Top Data Model by Ian Plosker

July 4, 2013 § 1 Comment

Summary
Ian Plosker shares a number of techniques for establishing the data query patterns from the outset of application development, designing a data model to fit those patterns.

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Conclusion

Interesting discussion on choosing data model. Its really important to understand what our application want. Very good presenation

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  • Target Audience: Developers and OpsPrerequisites: Programming skills in any language; understanding of Unix basicsObjectives:• Installing and building a local Riak cluster• Leaning the operational basics of Riak• Using the various Riak APIs and Query Mechanisms• Understanding and exercising Riak’s built-in scalability and fault tolerance• Analyzing and the numerous use cases for Riak• Benchmarking, Troubleshooting, and Running Riak in productionGoal: Learn why Riak is the best open source database you will ever run in productionDuration: Three days.Registration: 8:30 on 30 May 2012.Venue: Business Center Bilpalatset Description: Riak is an open source, scalable database being used by companies like Comcast, Boeing, Voxer, Yammer, GitHub, and Joyent today. Riak is built from the ground up to be fault-tolerant to operational failures. It also has various APIs and query mechanisms that are flexible and purpose-built to make developers’ lives easier. This class will be a top-to-bottom review of Riak, and attendees will leave with a firm understanding of why it’s the best open source database you will ever run in production.

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