2013 NoSQL Now! Announces Call for Presentations

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NoSQL Now! Conference is focused on the dynamic field of NoSQL technologies


NoSQL Now! is the preferred industry platform for developers to announce product launches and breaking news.

DATAVERSITY™ has issued a call for presentation submissions from NoSQL experts and thought leaders who would like to participate in the NoSQL Now! 2013 conference.

The third annual NoSQL Now! event is designed to help businesses develop objective evaluation processes to match the right NoSQL solutions with the right business challenge. The conference is held August 20–22, 2013 at the San Jose Convention Center and will be hosting more than 800 attendees.

We welcome a wide range of NoSQL technology presentations across all technical levels. All NoSQL solutions, as well as analytic, management and development tools, in-memory databases, SQL-extensions and hybrids are encouraged to make proposals. For complete submission guidelines please visit: Submission Guidelines

Submissions for presentations for the NoSQL Conference are due March 22, 2013 and should be made using the online form that can be found at: Speaker Proposal

The following topics will be covered at this year’s conference:

  • Architectural Tradeoffs in NoSQL
  • Agility and NoSQL
  • Big Data and NoSQL
  • Business Intelligence and Analytics
  • Best Practices with:

--- Column Stores
--- Document Databases
--- Graph Databases
--- Key-Value Stores
--- Native XML Databases

  • Case Studies on:

--- Cassandra
--- CouchDB
--- Couchbase
--- Hadoop/HDFS
--- InfiniteGraph
--- MarkLogic
--- MongoDB
--- Neo4j
--- Redis

  • In-Memory Databases
  • Modeling in NoSQL
  • NewSQL
  • NoSQL APIs
  • NoSQL Architecture and Design

--- Integration
--- Performance
--- Query
--- Search
--- Security

  • NoSQL Standards
  • NoSQL System Selection

For preliminary conference information please visit: http://nosql2013.dataversity.net

NoSQL Now! is the preferred industry platform for developers to announce product launches and breaking news. Past sponsors include 10gen (MongoDB), Couchbase, Datastax (Cassandra), Neo Technology (Neo4j), Objectivity (InfiniteGraph), MarkLogic, VoltDB, Versant, Clustrix, Cloudant, Franz, Tagged, YarcData, Amazon Web Services, Red Hat (Open Shift) and Oracle. Vendors will have the opportunity to demonstrate innovations and take advantage of two days of dedicated networking. For sponsorship opportunities please contact Warwick Davies at Warwick(at)dataversity(dot)net or 781-354-0119.

For press inquiries please contact Gretchen Hydo at Gretchen(at)Chatterboxink(dot)com or (818) 203-6060.

About NoSQL Now!:
NoSQL Now! is an educational conference and exhibit focused on the emerging field of NoSQL technologies. NoSQL (Not Only SQL) refers to the new ecosystem of scalable, high-performance technologies that are not based solely on the traditional relational database model. This includes document stores, key value stores, columnar databases, XML databases, in-memory processing, NewSQL technologies and graph databases. The NoSQL Now! Conference is designed to educate developers, managers and architects on how these new technologies work, the applications they are best suited for, and how to deploy them. The upcoming 2013 event is expected to draw more than 800 attendees. Additional details are available at http://www.NoSQLNow.com.

DATAVERSITY™ provides resources for information technology (IT) professionals, executives and business managers to learn about the uses and management of data. Our worldwide community of practitioners, advisers and customers participates in, and benefits from, DATAVERSITY’s educational conferences, discussions, articles, blogs, webinars, certification, news feeds and more. Members enjoy access to a deep knowledge base of presentations, research and training materials, plus discounts off many educational resources including webinars and conferences. For more information please visit: http://www.DATAVERSITY.net or email events(at)dataversity(dot)net.

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