Berkeley DB Java Edition High Availability Session at Oracle Open World

Here are all of the Berkeley DB presentations at Oracle Open World. I've highlighted the presentation that my colleague Sam Haradhvala will be giving on Berkeley DB Java Edition High Availability.

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Where to find Berkeley DB people & sessions at Oracle Open World
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Hello and welcome to the upcoming Oracle Open World 2009 in San Francisco. We're less than 10 days away and the excitement is palpable. If you are interested in hearing about Berkeley DB, learning more about how the Berkeley DB products can be integrated into your applications/appliances/devices, seeing exciting Berkeley DB customer use cases or speaking directly with one of the Berkeley DB product development engineers, you can find us here:

* Session ID#: S311365, Title: Oracle Berkeley DB: Lightning-Fast Key Value Storage Just Got Faster, Date: Sun, Oct. 11th, Time: 15:45 - 16:45, Venue: Hilton Hotel, Room: Golden Gate 1, Track: Oracle Develop: Database, Speaker: David Segleau (Director Product Management), including customer presentations from Lucas Vogel, Managing Partner at EndPoint Systems and Madhu Bhimaraju, Database Architecture Engineer at Verizon Wireless. We will be covering several of the new features in Berkeley DB 4.8 and discussing how Verizon Wireless uses Berkeley DB to provide services to an ever-growing customer base.

* Session ID#: S311364, Title: Oracle Berkeley DB Java Edition High Availability: Java Persistence at Network Speeds, Date: Sun, Oct 11th, Time: 14:30 - 15:30, Venue: Hilton Hotel, Room: Golden Gate 1, Track: Oracle Develop: Database, Speaker: Sam Haradhvala (Senior Engineer on the Berkeley DB Java Edition product). We will be discussing the new High Availability/Replication functionality that will soon be available in Berkeley DB Java Edition -- how it works, how it can improve your application performance, reliability and throughput, as well as common use cases and configurations.

* Berkeley DB Applications Demo/Lunch. Date: Mon, Oct. 12th, Meeting Time: 11:00 - 13:00, Venue: Hilton Hotel - Union Square Room 6, 4th Fl. Greg Burd (Senior Product Manager) and several Berkeley DB engineers will be showing several Berkeley DB application demos, discussing how they were implemented and how similar functionality can be part of your application. Join us for lunch, some interesting demos and a open question and answer session.

* The Berkeley DB Product booth in the Exhibition Hall in Moscone West. We're workstation W-035, under the Database Track, in the Embedded Database sub-area just like last year. The booth is open Monday and Tuesday from 10:30-6:30 and Wednesday from 9:15-5:15. We're always delighted to talk with existing users, potential users and anyone who is curious about our NoSQL embedded database libraries.

Comments:

Anyone talking about BDB / BDBje and SSD drives - any feedback, do and don't etc?

Posted by Alex on October 05, 2009 at 10:28 PM EDT #

Hi Alex, At OOW there isn't a presentation concerning SSDs per say, but you may want to stop by the HA talk to speak with Sam about it. He is very knowledgeable re: JE internals. Alternatively you may want to post something on the JE OTN forum. So far we don't have any strong thoughts about SSDs and JE other than we believe the log structured storage system will be well-suited for SSDs. -cwl

Posted by guest on October 06, 2009 at 12:07 AM EDT #

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