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  Dan Sullivan   Dan Sullivan
DS Applied Technologies LLC


Wednesday, August 19, 2015
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Level:  Business/Strategic

ACID and BASE are mechanisms/tools that work well in some cases and not others. The message of this presentation is that both are needed, there are pros and cons to both, and you should expect to have to consider ACID and BASE when working with big, distributed data.

Dan Sullivan is an independent data management consultant and a enterprise architect. Dan has experience in business intelligence, machine learning, data mining, text mining, data science, big data, data modeling and application design. Dan’s project work has ranged from analyzing complex data sets to designing and implementing numerous database applications. His most recent work has focused on data analysis, NoSQL database modeling, cloud computing, texting mining, application integration, and data integration in life sciences. Dan has extensive experience in relational database design and works regularly with NoSQL databases. Dan has presented and written extensively on cloud computing, analytics, data warehousing, business intelligence, NoSQL as well as other enterprise information management topics. He has worked in several industries, including: life sciences, financial services, oil and gas, manufacturing, government (military and n

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