Apr 18, 2009

Very large databases on the cloud

This Monday, we'll present in the IGT cloud computing workgroup: "How your very large databases can work in the cloud computing world?". The presentation will be held along with other presentations by Nati Shalom and Haim Yadid, market experts in the field of performance and cloud computing. Therefore, it will be interesting being there.

How your very large databases can work in the cloud computing world?
Moshe Kaplan, RockeTier, a performance expert and scale out architect
Cloud computing is famous for its flexibility, dynamic nature and ability to infinite growth. However, infinite growth means very large databases with billions of records in it. This leads us to a paradox: "How can weak servers support very large databases which usually require several CPUs and dedicated hardware?"
The Internet industry proved it can be done. These days many of the Internet giants, processing billions of events every day, are based on cloud computing architecture such and sharding. What is Sharding? What kinds of Sharding can you implement? What are the best practices?

Date: Apr 20, 2009 14:00-17:00
Location: IGT Offices, Maskit 4, Hertzelia Ind. Zone, Israel.
Confirmation at: info@grid.org.il

Keep Performing,
Moshe Kaplan. RockeTier. The Performance and Cloud Experts.

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