Basking Ridge, NJ (PRWEB) August 15, 2014
Technics Publications is hosting its annual Data Modeling Zone (DMZ) conference in Portland Oregon, October 20-22, at the Sentinel Hotel. This conference, which features speakers and attendees from around the world, provides training, knowledge-sharing, and networking opportunities for those who build and use data models to capture operational and analytical data requirements for software development. This year DMZ includes more than 60 data modeling sessions for every skill level.
FoundationDB, makers of a leading key-value store, will sponsor and present a one-hour session at DMZ. The session, “Multiple Data Models with NoSQL” will explore a new approach for mapping multiple data models onto a single storage substrate - a transactional ordered key-value store.
“The arrival of NoSQL has caused an explosion of choices of how to model and store data,” said Dave Rosenthal, CEO of FoundationDB. “We’re thrilled to sponsor and present on this topic at DMZ; attendees can learn more about FoundationDB and our new approach to data modeling that provides the flexibility, scalability and high performance they need for their apps, without the complexity of operating multiple data stores.”
“Data modelers need to know more about NoSQL,” says Steve Hoberman, President of Technics Publications. “Specifically how to get the benefits of NoSQL without sacrificing the integrity identified and captured through the data modeling process. FoundationDB offers the benefits of NoSQL plus a high level of database integrity. We’re pleased to have FoundationDB on board as a Silver partner at this year’s event. All DMZ attendees will have an opportunity to learn more about their NoSQL solution.”
About FoundationDB: Headquartered in Vienna, VA with additional staff in its Boston and San Francisco offices, FoundationDB was started in 2009 to address the lack of transactional NoSQL database systems. The founding team draws on its experience at Visual Sciences (now part of Adobe) in building breakthrough data processing technologies. Further details about the company and its technology are available at http://www.foundationdb.com. FoundationDB is a trademark of FoundationDB, LLC. All previously cited trademarks and registered trademarks are hereby recognized and acknowledged.
About Technics Publications: Technics Publications is the premier publisher of data management, business process, and analytics texts. Technics Publications also organizes the Data Modeling Zone conferences. Their website is http://www.TechnicsPub.com, and the conference website is http://www.DataModelingZone.com.
Steve Hoberman, President
Jessica Winter, Director of Communications