Addressing the Requirements of Polyglot Persistence
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  Andrew Mendelsohn   Andrew Mendelsohn
Executive Vice President, Database Server Technologies


Wednesday, August 19, 2015
01:30 PM - 02:30 PM

Level:  Business/Strategic

Polyglot Persistence: from concept to reality. This session describes the historic background and requirements behind polyglot persistence. It discusses trade-offs between the different models for polyglot persistence and describes Oracle’s comprehensive approach to addressing these varied data management requirements for Relational, Key-Value, Graph and Document data repositories. The session also includes real world customer success stories, featuring how customers are using polyglot persistence to power business innovation today.

Andrew Mendelsohn is Executive Vice President for Database Server Technologies at Oracle. He is responsible for the development and product management of Oracle's family of database products, including software products such as Oracle Database, Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database, Oracle Berkeley DB, and Oracle NoSQL Database and engineered systems such as Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Database Appliance, and Oracle Big Data Appliance. Mr. Mendelsohn has been at Oracle since May 1984. He began his career at Oracle as a developer on Release 5.1 of Oracle Database. Prior to joining Oracle, he worked at HP and ESVEL. Mr. Mendelsohn holds a BSE in electrical engineering and computer science from Princeton University and performed graduate work in computer science at M.I.T.

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