Modern OLTP - Operational Databases and the Future
"Big Data" data management, driven by mobile, smart grid infrastructure, telco and integrated retail generates data faster than legacy, disk-based systems can ingest, analyze and decision. Meanwhile, the declining cost of DRAM and the continued emergence of fast flash technologies makes in-memory big data processing affordable. It is a perfect combination of business need and technology.
Operational data stores are moving in-memory - changing the way we think about data management and broadening the possibilities for real time, customer focused applications.
This talk will discuss emerging trends driving new in-memory OLTP technologies and will present VoltDB's view of the very-near future of the operational database.
Ryan Betts is Field CTO at VoltDB. He was one of the initial developers of VoltDB's commercial product, and values his unique opportunity to closely collaborate with customers, partners and prospects to understand their data management needs and help them to realize the business value of VoltDB and related technologies.
Prior to joining VoltDB in 2008, Ryan was a software engineer at IBM. During a four-and-a-half year tenure, he was responsible for implementing device configuration and monitoring as well as Web service management. Before IBM, Ryan was a software engineer at Lucent Technologies for five years. In that role, he played an integral part in the implementation of an automation framework for acceptance testing of Frame Relay, ATM and IP services, as well as a high-availability upgrade capability and several internal components related to device provisioning. Ryan is an alumnus of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.