Real-Time DBs: Low Latency meets Large Scale when you crank up the AMPS
Join Jeffrey as he delves into the world of big data and high performance covering the cutting edge of CPUs, Storage, and networking. His presentation will also teach attendees how to integrate AMPS, the cutting-edge Advanced Message Processing System that is changing the way developers build systems with Real-Time delivery of data using the same SQL semantics that they use to query data in traditional databases. Learn how AMPS not only redefines the SQL vs NoSQL discussion but adds key capabilities missing in all of the current NoSQL databases.
Have you ever heard of an OOF (Out of Focus) event? Well, come learn how to move into the world of Real-Time with a presentation that will cause you to pause and imagine the possibilities.
Jeffrey M. Birnbaum is CEO and co-founder of 60East Technologies, Inc., the company that is developing 'AMPS' (Advanced Message Processing System). AMPS is a modern, high performance messaging platform designed for the most demanding environments where latency, throughput and scale are critical. The platform offers topic and content based pub/sub with integrated SQL-92 database and real-time aggregation capabilities.
Previously, Mr. Birnbaum spent 20 years in the Financial Services industry, first at Morgan Stanley and then Bank of America/Merrill Lynch. At Morgan Stanley, where Mr. Birnbaum was employed from 1991 to 2006, he was Managing Director, Chief Technical Architect and Global Head of Enterprise Computing (2000 to 2006). At Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, where Mr. Birnbaum was employed from 2007 to 2012, Mr. Birnbaum was Managing Director, Chief Architect and Global Head of Architecture and Engineering (2007 to 2010). In this capacity he was responsible for the engineering and development of all core infrastructure encompassing Desktop, Server, Network, Storage, Market Data, and Database technologies. Throughout his career, Mr. Birnbaum has dedicated his talents to applying modern and emerging technical solutions to some of the most demanding computational and latency-sensitive areas of the business, particularly in the Electronic Trading arena.
Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Mr. Birnbaum worked as a systems engineer in the Aerospace Industry and the CIA. He holds a BS in Electrical Computer Engineering from the University of California Santa Barbara.