NoSQL Live …from Boston
About the Event
March 11, 2010
John Hancock Conference Center, Boston
A one-size-fits-all approach to databases no longer applies. Relational databases have worked well - and will continue to - for highly transactional systems. But today's web applications require enormous scalability and performance. This has spurred the growth of a new class of databases that trade off some of the features of relational databases to offer high performance, ease of programming, high availability & the ability to scale in cloud environments. They are collectively called NoSQL or non-relational databases. NoSQL Live ...from Boston is a full-day interactive conference that brings together the thinking in this space. Picking up where other NoSQL events have left off, NoSQL Live goes beyond understanding the basics of these databases to how they are used "live" in production systems. It features panel discussions on use cases, lightning talks, networking session, and a NoSQL Lab where attendees can get a practical view of programming with NoSQL databases.