A Quick Look into Cassandra (A SQL Perspective)

Published by Jay Brown

On December 14, 2017
Smart Data Lunch and Learn

A Quick Look into Cassandra (A SQL Perspective)

Dec 14, 2017 | Miamisburg, OH
Dec 14th. 2017

11:30 am – 1:00 pm

8571 Gander Creek Drive

Miamisburg, OH 45342

A Quick Look into Cassandra (A SQL Perspective)

Relational databases (SQL) have been around since the ’70s and dominated way to store data. Then came the rise of the web. This changed the way we access data and the needs we have from our database systems. Enter Cassandra, a highly available, fault-tolerant, distributed, NoSQL database born from Facebook and designed for the needs of the web. SDS Developer Michael Timko presents a quick introduction into what Cassandra is, how it works, and compares it to common relational databases (MySQL, SQL Server) to show why Cassandra (and other NoSQL systems) may be the best solution for your next project.

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Jay Brown is a full-stack professional. His background in product development and project management, along with his expertise in connecting with people and identifying individual strengths and weaknesses has enabled him to take on roles as a business developer at Smart Data . He is passionate about leveraging technology for an exceptional customer experience and is committed to providing high-performance software development processes. To reach Jay on Linkedin Click here.