Prof. Stefan Edlich

Topic:

NoSQL: State of the Art & New Developments

A view into database popularity surveys shows: NoSQL has successfully infiltrated the DB landscape and will be here to stay. We start with a brief overview, trade-offs and synergies between all areas. This will bring us to cloud impacts, interesting new NoSQL Solutions and NoSQL areas with the biggest growth in the future. Additionally we try to convey some insights on testing NoSQL databases and to find most suitable solution.



Bio


Stefan Edlich holds two diplomas (Computer Science and Economics) and received his Ph.D. in 1995. Since 2004 he is Prof. Dr. / Senior Lecturer at Beuth University of Applied Sciences in Berlin. He is the author of 12 books including the worlds first NoSQL books. Stefan is a frequent speaker at various IT conferences (JAX, OOP, NoSQL Roadshow, Frankfurter Datenbanktage, GOTO, etc.) and helps organizing many conferences mostly around databases, big data and the Clojure language (ICOODB, Distributed-Matters alias NoSQL-Matters, GOTO, Euroclojure, :clojureD etc.). Furthermore he runs the #1 NoSQL Archive and the huge Big Data Group in Berlin. Since 2014 he is a member of BBDC, the national competence center for Big Data and a founding member of the Data Science Lab at Beuth HS.

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Max-Planck-Institut
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