Data Store Day

Datum: 

Monday, October 28, 2013

There is no online business without databases. But MySQL is no longer the only player – there are a lot of other new and noteworthy candidates –especially NoSQL databases. Furthermore, new concepts summarized under the term of "NextSQL" are combining the best of both worlds. The Data Store Day offers an overview of existing concepts as well as guidelines for decision-making processes and presents practical experience from real-world projects.

MySQL 5.6 and the Future

english

Session

Date: 

Monday, October 28, 2013 - 9:45am to 10:45am

Room: 

  • Forum 6

Earlier this year Oracle release MySQL 5.6 with different improvements from InnoDB to replication. From performance_schema to NoSQL APIs. In this session we will cover these changes and look at them. We will also take a sneak preiew on the first development milestone releases of MySQL 5.7 and see what changes we can expect there.

Polyglot Persistence

english

Session

Date: 

Monday, October 28, 2013 - 11:15am to 12:15pm

Room: 

  • Forum 6

Polyglot Persistence mean combining tradional relational SQL-databases with NoSQL-databases within a single application data-model. This session will present fictional data-model for an internet based startup. We will show how to combine a GraphDB (Neo4j) for recommendations, a document orientiered NoSQL Databases for logging and tracking (MongoDB), a key-value store for caching and interprocess communication (Redis) all together with a SQL DB (MySQL) used for tranctional and financial data. We will also present benchmarking results from our evaluations and scalablity tests results.

Harnisch Consulting

SQL? NoSQL? MySQL!

english

Session

Date: 

Monday, October 28, 2013 - 2:15pm to 3:15pm

Room: 

  • Forum 6

Web applications run under strong requirements they have to be fast in delivering their results while working on a lot of data and serving many concurrent users. "Traditional" SQL-based access can cause too much overhead when other access patterns are needed. In this session we will take a look at MySQL and MySQL Cluster. with their different APIs, they serve users with SQL and different NoSQL APIs and allow switching between these so the most optimal can be used.

Finding a Pub with MongoDB and OpenStreetMap

english

Session

Date: 

Monday, October 28, 2013 - 3:45pm to 4:45pm

Room: 

  • Forum 6

Pubs and OpenStreetMap are both a hobby. In this talk, I will be explaining MongoDB's geospatial features to help you (and me) to find the closest pub. The talk covers how the OpenStreetMap data works, how to store this in MongoDB and what types of different queries we can run to find the closest pub. We will be looking at some theory (no scary maths!) and some practical examples.

MongoDB Inc.
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