June 30, 2014
On the Road, Spring 2014
FairCom is on the road again. Don’t miss this opportunity to hobknob with your friends from FairCom.
In his session, he will examine a problem that is particularly timely as companies rush to use NoSQL databases that provide only eventual consistency. He will explain how this can be a costly mistake in an application that requires all data to be immediately accurate, as is often the case in finance, manufacturing, and transportation.
Randal Hoff heads several technical areas at FairCom, working with a team of skilled engineers to provide the best possible support for FairCom customers. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering from the University of Missouri, Columbia. A family man, his daughter competes in state golf tournaments and his son plays college soccer.
You may have caught Randal Hoff as a panelist in the DM Radio podcast “Beyond Self-Service: A New Era of Lightweight, Specialized Apps,” a popular Internet radio show. He has published a number of articles and has been the subject of several interviews, including:
- “To NoSQL or not to NoSQL?”, Information Age: Randal explains that SQL and NoSQL can—and should—be able to co-exist in mission-critical applications.
- “Do I need NoSQL, SQL or both?”, TechRadar Pro: In this interview, he suggests some questions to ask yourself about your database needs to help you find the right database for your company.
- “Executive Viewpoint 2014 Prediction: FairCom – The Accelerating Conversion of Legacy Data and Business Applications to Modern Standards,” Virtual-Strategy Magazine: Randal presents his predictions about bringing legacy data into the world of modern standards.
- “How to Provide SQL Access to NoSQL Type Data using Multi-Record Type,” InfoQ: He explains a unique c‑treeACE feature that provides SQL access to your non-relational legacy data that squeezes several record layouts into one table.
We hope you can join us in San Jose to chat in person and see Randal on the big stage.
Here are the details about the event:
August 19- 21, 2014, San Jose, CA
This is the largest vendor-neutral forum focused on NoSQL. You will learn how to match NoSQL capabilities to your business requirements by evaluating NoSQL architectures and new technology choices for analytics, transaction processing, integration and search. Learn more at NoSQL Now!.