EnterpriseWeb Presenting at NoSQL Now! 2014 in San Jose, Aug 20th

Dave Duggal, Founder and Managing Director of EnterpriseWeb, will be speaking on the topic Schemalessness is Not Just for Web Apps Anymore at the NoSQL Now! Conference in San Jose on Wednesday, August 20 at 12:15PM PST.

The conference is at the San Jose Convention Center and runs August 19-21. EnterpriseWeb will be exhibiting at the conference.

The session abstract is as follows:

Schemalessness is Not Just for Web Apps Anymore

Everyone knows NoSQL storage techniques provide for dynamic data-driven apps and who doesn’t want that? But if NoSQL is so great, why is it still a small fraction of the database market?
The answer is two-fold: 1) it’s proven hard to model rich applications without the comfort of static schemas; and 2) it lacks transactional semantics that define enterprise-class apps. These problems reflect the central truth that databases in-and-of-themselves, don’t add direct business value – they merely record and make available state information from the application layer. For NoSQL-style schemalessness to be exploited generally we need a set of useful AppDev abstractions for working with graph relationships.

This session will explore schemalessness and its applicability to a wider set of problems beyond web apps. Dave will describe his Company’s approach to unified approach to dynamic binding of graph relations that supports a new class of agile and scalable enterprise-class apps.

Click here for more information and to register for the conference.

About NoSQL Now!

The fourth annual NoSQL Now! Conference is the largest vendor-neutral forum focused on NoSQL (Not Only SQL) technologies.
The educational agenda is designed to help you:

  • Learn how to create scalable, high-performance data-centric systems
  • Evaluate the alternative NoSQL database architectures and design patterns
  • Discover new technology choices for Big Data analytics, transaction processing, integration and search
  • Match NoSQL capabilities to your business requirements
  • Compare vendor approaches and products
  • Assess the enterprise-readiness of NoSQL technologies