CouchConf is a premier event for all those interested in NoSQL database technology. This one-day event will kick start on September 21, 2012, will be held globally across 5 cities, and will let developers know about Couchbase NoSQL technology, where it’s headed and build cool stuff with this technology. The best part is that it will enable them connect with the local Couchbase community!
Couchbase is all about NoSQL and unstructured data; this event will be a big deal for all interested in the Big Data, distributed databases, and how document databases can help build better interactive web and mobile applications, and much more. Here’s a quick list of all CouchConf events:
CouchConf San Francisco – September 21, 2012
Highlights: Sessions by Orbitz, LinkedIn, Tapjoy, IBM, Sabre Holdings, McGraw Hill and more, along with Q&A panel with Couchbase experts.
CouchConf Berlin – October 30, 2012
Highlights: User presentations from The Hut Group, Citywire, Concur and others. Q&A panel with Couchbase experts. Breakout sessions covering Couchbase Server 2.0 and related technologies.
CouchConf New York City – November 12, 2012
Highlights: Technology updates and a look ahead from Couchbase technologists. Q&A panel with Couchbase experts.
CouchConf North Carolina – November, 2012
Highlights: Breakout sessions covering Couchbase Server, Couchbase MobileSync, and related technologies.
CouchConf Austin – November, 2012
Highlights: Breakout sessions covering Couchbase Server, Couchbase MobileSync, and related technologies, combined with Q&A panel.
Of course, a killer after party for mingling and networking, and lunchtime lightning talks will be there every single day!
Couchbase is an enterprise software company training provides simple, fast, elastic NoSQL database technology, used by thousands of organizations worldwide to empower their interactive web.
Last year, we saw a couple of updates and developments from the company, including pairing up with Cloudera to develop Hadoop connector that fuses together the advantages of both the companies’ offerings. The Couchbase Hadoop Connecter leverages the Apache Sqoop plug-in to allow the migration of large datasets between Couchbase and Cloudera’s Distribution Including Apache Hadoop. The solution is the first certified connector ever released for a NoSQL database.