Choosing the Right Open Source Database


THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5 - 11 am PT / 2 pm ET


Over the past several years, open source technology adoption has steadily increased in the enterprise space. Because of the impact it can have on your business, choosing the right open source technology – specifically a database – is a critical decision you should not take lightly.

The choice can seem overwhelming. Is it best to use a relational database like MySQL or PostgreSQL, or should you consider NoRelational databases such as MongoDB or Apache Cassandra? Choose incorrectly, and you might end up with performance issues once you deploy it into production; issues not always identifiable in your development environment.

This session will inform your decision-making by highlighting some of the different options and suggesting optimal solutions for specific workloads and situations.

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John Schulz
Principal Consultant
Pedro Vidigal
Director of Customer Service Delivery, OSDB
Gabriel Ciciliani
Internal Principal Consultant
Stephen Faig
Research Director
Unisphere Research and DBTA