A Vendor-Independent Comparison of NoSQL Performance Based on Real-life Cases
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  Renat Khasanshyn   Renat Khasanshyn


Wednesday, August 20, 2014
03:15 PM - 04:00 PM

Level:  Technical - Intermediate

The variety of databases makes it difficult to select the best tool for a particular case. The unbiased investigations are rare—tests are often conducted by database vendors themselves. Unless you have implemented architectures that use both NoSQL databases that support data-intensive distributed applications and traditional RDBMS, then many technology options available are probably a slight enigma. This session focuses on real-world successful attempt to benchmark Couchbase, MongoDB, Cassandra, Riak, NuoDB, and MySQL cluster side by side using Amazon high-performance server configuration.

Attendees will learn:

  • How NoSQL databases differ from each other
  • Benchmark test results
  • Lessons learned about contender's strong and weak areas
  • Peculiarities of AWS EC2 when working with different databases, challenges and things to avoid

Renat Khasanshyn is CEO of Altoros Systems and Venture Partner at Runa Capital. Renat is a subject matter expert on open source database infrastructure software. Employing one of the largest pools of Cloud Foundry engineering expertise on the market, Altoros provides consulting and managed services on the intersection of Cloud Foundry, multi-cloud deployment automation of Cloud Foundry, PaaS application architecture and integration with SQL/NoSQL/Hadoop. Mr. Khasanshyn is also founder of Apatar, an open source data integration toolset, founder of Silicon Valley NewSQL User Group and co-founder of the Belarusian Java User Group. He studied Engineering at Belarusian National Technical University.

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