Come join us on Monday, June 3 at 6:30 PM at AlleyNYC, New York, NY for a free NewSQL DB Meetup event. RSVP today.
Cloud, Big Data, and analytics are driving the need for a new database – one that scales out both transactions and real-time analytics, and is architected to run on cloud-friendly commodity and/or virtual infrastructure.
On June 3, Sergei Tsarev, Clustrix Founder and CTO, will speak about the reinvention of the relational database. Clustrix is the first and only row-based SQL database to bring massively parallel processing (MPP) to both transactions and real-time analytics. Clustrix 5.0 allows you to easily scale-out a database that can support massive transaction volumes and use true, real-time analytics to drive real-time business decisions.
Joining Sergei will be Dmitri Mikhailov, Principal Database Architect at TheLadders, the premier online job-matching service. Dmitri and his team have implemented the Clustrix scale-out SQL database at TheLadders, and he will share their experience and results on Clustrix.
As part of this session, Sergei will demonstrate how you to set up your own Clustrix database cluster on AWS. In addition to AWS Marketplace, Clustrix is available on-demand at Rackspace, GoGrid, Equinix, and Blue Box, as well as a database appliance.
Need another reason to stop by? We will be providing complimentary beer, desserts, cool swag, and a chance to win an Apple TV.
500 7th Ave. 17th Floor
New York, NY
About the Speakers:
Sergei Tsarev, Founder and CTO, Clustrix
Prior to Clustrix, Sergei led the Internet Operations Systems Infrastructure team at AOL. During this time, he developed the simple time-series database (STDB), a high-performance data storage engine for operational monitoring metrics that is now the standard storage engine for network and host monitoring data for all of AOL. Sergei earned his B.S. in Computer Science from University of Maryland, College Park.
Dmitri Mikhailov, Principal Database Architect, TheLadders
Prior to TheLadders.com, Dmitri worked at Fortune Global 500 companies in Europe and the United States. He has worked with Big Data for over two decades, designing and developing efficient solutions on every major database platform. Dmitri received a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Belarussian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics.