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Using Riak as a Database for Internet of Things

Host: Nicholas Bellerephon

When: 13. May 2015 at 16:30 - 18:30

Where: Trifork A/S, Margrethepladsen 4, 8000 Aarhus C



The CES (Consumer Electronics Show) recently highlighted that the IoT (Internet of Things), connected devices, and the resulting generation of unstructured data are going to be central to the growth trends in 2015.
In this session, we will look at the architectural design decisions, which make Riak a perfect fit for huge quantities of real time unstructured data. We will also analyse a specific use case where Riak powers a smart metering service collecting billions of data points on consumer usage.

“Riak is very easily managed and when a Riak node went down for a day we didn’t even notice because the other nodes compensated.”

Paul Barry, managing director of Temetra

Speaker: Nicholas Bellerephon
Nicholas Bellerophon works as a client services engineer at Basho Technologies, helping customers setup and run distributed systems at scale in the wild. He speaks regularly on the subject at industry conferences, most recently at CERN. He is an avid TED-watcher with interests in many areas of the arts, science, and engineering.

Price: Free

Language: English

Contact: Benedikte Schaltz




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