Sorry for the late notice on this but in a few hours I’m going to be participating in a panel discussion at the “NoSQL Live” Boston conference. I’ll be the Microsoft guy on the panel and I’m guessing that I’ll be talking a lot about Windows Azure Storage.
The event runs from 8am to 11pm today at the John Hancock Hotel & Conference Center (40 Trinity Place, Boston, MA 02116). The “NoSQL in the Cloud” panel discussion runs from 10:45a to 11:45a.
NoSQL in the Cloud
Moderated by Adam Wiggins
Adam Wiggins is a hacker, entrepreneur, and open source enthusiast. As a cofounder of Heroku, he spends most of his time thinking about how to best deploy, run, and scale apps in the cloud. He blogs at http://adam.blog.heroku.com/ where he can be heard complaining about relational databases, and championing the new generation of datastores.
Adam Kocoloski is CTO of Cloudant. Cloudant is a non-relational, zero-configuration, distributed database service based on Apache CouchDB.
Daniel Rinehart is the Chief Software Architect at Allurent, where he is helping to build a new generation of innovative online shopping experiences using Flex. He has worked in the field of software development as an engineer and architect for the past ten years. Prior to joining Allurent he worked at Ruckus Network, Towers Perrin, and BiT Group. Allurent runs its infrastructure on the Amazon EC2 framework and as part of its production environment utilizes Amazon’s SimpleDB service.
Benjamin Day is a consultant and trainer specializing in software development best practices using Microsoft’s development tools, Windows Azure, Team Foundation Server, and Scrum. He is a Microsoft MVP for Visual Studio Team System and a member of the Visual Studio Team System Customer Advisory Council at Microsoft. Recently, Ben became one of the first certified trainers for the new Scrum Developer class from Scrum.org. When not developing software, Ben likes to hang out with his wife and cats, play jazz piano, and geek out on all things food. He can be contacted via http://www.benday.com and http://blog.benday.com.
Jonathan built a scalable, multi-petabyte storage system based on Reed-Solomon encoding for the Mozy backup service. He is currently project chair for the Apache Cassandra distributed database and a Systems Architect for The Rackspace Cloud.