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Presentation: "Big Data OLTP with Apache Cassandra"

Track: Navigating the BigData Ocean / Time: Monday 13:20 - 14:10 / Location: Rytmisk Sal, Musikhuset

This session will explain how Apache Cassandra meets OLTP big data needs, and its relationship with big data analytics. Jonathan will explain why Cassandra is the leading big data OLTP solution and how Cassandra delivers linear scale-out capabilities with true high availability, with examples from real-world production use cases:

- How Netflix migrated from Oracle to Amazon SimpleDB to Cassandra. Today they run over 57 Cassandra clusters across hundreds of nodes. - How Cassandra powers Twitter's real-time analytics system, Rainbird - How deploying to Cassandra instead of traditional RDBMS technology was an order of magnitude less expensive for Constant Contact

Finally, we will cover why Cassandra is the right choice when you need availability and performance at scale and how Cassandra can integrate real-time, analytical, and enterprise search workloads with Hadoop and Solr.

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Matt Dennis, DataStax

Matt Dennis

Biography: Matt Dennis

Matt Dennis has been with DataStax since the beginning and currently focuses on high level architecture, design, data models, deployment and algorithms for some of the largest, highest volume and most fault tolerant distributed systems in the world. Prior to DataStax, Matt held various technical leadership and principal development roles at Crossroads Systems and Troux Technologies and even spent time as a System Administrator in a former life. Matt studied Computer Science as an undergrad and Software Engineering as a graduate student at the University of Texas at Austin in the College of Natural Sciences and the College Of Engineering respectively.