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August 2012 Newsletter

DATA MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
SAN FRANCISCO CHAPTER

in association with
Couchbase

 presents 

Virtual Meeting (Webinar) on Wednesday, August 8th, 2012

Navigating the Transition from Relational to NoSQL Technology

by

Dipti Borkar

 Director of Product Management, Couchbase

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Topic: Navigating the Transition from Relational to NoSQL Technologies

Abstract: 

While the hype surrounding “NoSQL” (non-relational) database technology has become deafening, there is real substance beneath the often exaggerated claims. In this webinar you will learn: the main characteristics of document-oriented databases, the differences between a distributed document-oriented and relational database and implications for application development to ease the transition from RDBMS to NoSQL.  

In this webinar you'll learn:

  • The main characteristics of document-oriented databases
  • Differences between a distributed document-oriented and relational database
  • Implications for application development when moving from RDBMS to NoSQL

Speaker Bio:

Dipti Borkar is Director of Product Management at Couchbase where she is responsible for the company’s flagship product, Couchbase Server, and works with customers and users to understand emerging requirements for low-latency, scalable data stores. Dipti has deep technical experience in the database industry having worked at IBM as a software engineer and Development Manager for the DB2 server team and then at MarkLogic as a Senior Product Manager.

   

 

 

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