FinDEVr LD 2017 / Aerospike

Presenter Profile

Aerospike is an enterprise-class, NoSQL database solution that enables digital transformation by powering real-time, mission-critical applications and analytics across industries, including AdTech, eCommerce, telecommunications, and financial services. With use cases ranging from real-time billing to fraud detection, Aerospike delivers predictable performance at scale, superior uptime, and high availability at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) compared to relational and first-generation NoSQL databases. Recognized by industry analysts as a visionary and leader, Aerospike is the database behind Nielsen Marketing Cloud, Williams Sonoma, InMobi, Kayak, and AppNexus. Available in two versions – Enterprise Edition and Community Edition – Aerospike is currently available for download at www.aerospike.com. Aerospike is a privately-held company based in Mountain View, CA, and is backed by New Enterprise Associates, Alsop Louie Partners, and CNTP.

Presentation

Rapid Application Design in Financial Services

Internet-sourced technologies such as application frameworks, API and data management systems, and NoSQL databases introduce a world of new capabilities to enterprises. But retail banks face challenges integrating some of these more sophisticated offerings. In this talk, we will present real-world examples of adapting these technologies to older order management systems and address book systems such as Hogan.

What You’ll Learn

  • How to bring financial service workflows into the twenty-first century with the use of Internet technologies
  • How to use Internet technologies to provide access to more data (petabytes)
  • How to support agile, innovative algorithms and libraries

Presenter

Brian Bulkowski, CTO & Co-Founder

linkedin.com/in/bbulkow  |  @bbulkow  |  brian@aerospike.com

Brian has more than 25 years of experience in the Silicon Valley as a team leader, architect, and senior manager, entirely in the area of large-scale server infrastructures (commodity routers at Novell, video servers at Starlight Networks, large-scale broadband at Liberate, and distributed computation at Aggregate Knowledge).


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