BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Deep Information Sciences, the company that reinvented database science for the Big Data and Application Age, today announced that Thomas Hazel, its founder, CTO and chief architect, will be a featured speaker at NowSQL Now!, taking place August 18 – 20, 2015 in San Jose, California.
In his session “How Machine Learning will Finally Make Databases Ready for Big Data” on August 18 at 1pm, Hazel will discuss how a new machine learning-based approach to database technology delivers the breakthrough performance, scale and flexibility that big data requires, but which is unattainable with existing database technologies.
“The promise of big data is incredibly exciting but, for most businesses, just as out of reach. The reason is simple: today’s databases are all built upon 1970s math that was designed for 20th-century data requirements and hardware. No matter how it’s optimized for structured, unstructured or semi-structured data, that legacy architecture can’t keep pace with big data entropy or velocity,” said Hazel. “With a machine learning-based approach, however, any database can become dynamic and optimal. This new science delivers data structures that continuously adapt to behavior based on observed changes in the data and operational capabilities of hardware resources. I’m looking forward to showing NoSQL Now! attendees how machine learning-based databases enable ‘infinite-oriented’ big data performance and scale, and make the promise of big data accessible by everyone.”
Attendees of Hazel’s session will learn:
- New types of predictive algorithmic approaches that DBAs can use to make database machine learning a reality
- The value of a solution that recognizes how data is changing and adapts accordingly
- How to accelerate databases to meet the increasing performance needs of ‘big applications’
- How intelligent information orchestration can transform existing databases into hybrid analytic processing systems that are big data-worthy
About NoSQL Now!
The fifth annual NoSQL Now! Conference is the largest vendor-neutral forum focused on NoSQL technologies. More than 1,000 technology architects, managers and designers attend to learn about new database technologies for big data analysis, how to create scalable, high-performance systems, and how to evaluate alternative databases for big data and enterprise-readiness. To learn more about the conference, click here.
About Deep Information Sciences
Deep Information Sciences reinvented database science for the Big Data and Application Age, and built the world’s first adaptive database. Deep Engine leverages machine learning and predictive algorithms to create data environments that perpetually adapt to ever-changing application conditions, exponentially accelerating performance, speed and scale. By making existing databases instantly application-responsive, Deep helps take the pressure off data personnel and shifts the focus from infrastructure to innovation, where developers can bring compelling applications to market quickly and businesses can pursue new opportunities at significant cost savings. Deep is headquartered in Boston’s Innovation District. Learn more at www.deepis.com, or follow the company on Twitter @DeepInfoSci, LinkedIn, Google+ or Facebook.