By thegreeneman on Oct 11, 2013
For all of those participating in the Oracle NoSQL Database community and following the product evolution, there have been a number of changes emerging on Oracle OTN for the NoSQL Database.
In particular, on the main page Dave's Segleau's NoSQL Now presentation on Enterprise NoSQL is prominently displayed. This is a great discussion on the trends involved in NoSQL adoption which highlights the most important aspects of NoSQL technology selection and what Oracle in particular is bringing to the movement. Many of you know that for Oracle getting companies to speak up publicly on their use of our technology is much harder than it is for pure open source startups. So, I am particularly pleased with the accolades starting to emerge from the users of Oracle NoSQL. Plus, there is new content getting published every day to help our growing community to champion NoSQL technology adoption within their teams and organizations.
Starting to grow: I've noticed that our Meetup group is also gaining a lot of momentum. We are now over 400 members strong and growing aggressively. There is an awesome Meetup coming next week ( Oct 15th at Elance 441 Logue Avenue, Mountain View, CA ) where Mike Olson, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Cloudera will be talking about the virtues of NoSQL key-value stores. There are already 88 people signed up for this event, so hurry up and join now or you may end up on a wait-list.
Spread the word, tell your friends, an Enterprise backed NoSQL is on the move!!