LT: Shard No More

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24 April 5:30pm - 8:30pm @ Community Networking Welcome Reception

Lightning Talk: Sharding? Partitioning? There's a price in terms of time, tension and $$$ for achieving MySQL scalability. No matter how you cut it, scaling MySQL is a chore. Good news! Shard no more. Barry Morris of NuoDB will show you how you too can stop sharding and performing other database acrobatics ever again in five fast, fun-filled minutes. Technical, exciting and incredibly valuable info! We promise.

Speakers

Barry Morris
CEO and Co-Founder, NuoDB, Inc.
Biography: 
Barry is an accomplished software CEO with over 25 years of industry experience in the USA and Europe, running private and public companies ranging in scale from early startup phase to 1,000+ employees. He loves to build companies around industry-changing paradigm-shifts in technology. Barry joined IONA Technologies (NASDAQ:IONA) in the very early days and ultimately as CEO led Ireland's most successful software company through its strongest period of growth. He built the company to over 10,000 customers, over 270 technology partners, over $180m in revenues and over 70% marketshare. IONA's Orbix became the most widely deployed strategic middleware product in the world. Under Barry's leadership IONA introduced the industry's first middleware microkernel now incorporated in the popular open source FUSE ESB product. IONA laid the groundwork for modern SOA-based systems, and was influential in the rapid growth of the Irish technology industry during the Celtic Tiger era. As Chairman and CEO of StreamBase Systems Barry took an MIT project led by Dr Michael Stonebraker and built it into the market pioneer and leader in Complex Event Processing (CEP). StreamBase uses advanced database technologies to correlate, analyse and respond to hundreds-of-thousands of events per second. StreamBase is widely used today in financial services, ecommerce, multi-user online games, and intelligence applications. As connected devices, RFID, sensor networks and real-time systems continue their explosive growth CEP is set to become a pervasive part of computing everywhere.