Webinar: NoSQL as the New Normal

April 23, 2013

What started as a way for web giants to solve problems of serious scale has become the default way all enterprises manage Big Data. Despite having a catchy, if inaccurate title, there really isn't a coherent "NoSQL" category, nor is there a simple future for the range of NoSQL databases. In this presentation, Matt Asay will outline the reasons for NoSQL's existence and persistence, how the different NoSQL technologies help enterprises get control of Big Data, and will identify the trends that point to a bright future for post-relational databases.

Matt Asay: About the speaker

Matt Asay is the VP of Marketing, Corporate Strategy at MongoDB. Before MongoDB, Matt was Vice President of Business Development at Nodeable (acquired by Appcelerator), a provider of real-time data stream processing for big data applications, and also at Strobe (acquired by Facebook). He was Chief Operating Officer at Canonical, ran the Americas for Alfresco and founded the Open Source Business Conference. Matt writes a regular column for ReadWrite and The Register. He has a B.A. from Brigham Young University in English and Political Science, an M.A. from the University of Kent and a J.D. from Stanford University.