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“Beyond NoSQL – Distributed Databases in Production” Recording Available

December 23, 2013

A few weeks ago, we hosted a webinar with 451 Research entitled, “Beyond NoSQL – Distributed Databases in Production.” This webinar featured Matt Aslett (Research Director at 451 Research), Bobby Patrick (EVP and CMO at Basho Technologies), and Wes Jossey (Systems Engineer at Tapjoy).

During this one-hour webinar, we discuss the history of NoSQL, the current NoSQL landscape, and then dive into Basho’s Riak. Wes Jossey also presents a case study from Riak User, Tapjoy, about how they use Riak as the cornerstone of their data management strategy. Finally, we wrap up with a look at what’s to come with Riak 2.0.

If you weren’t able to attend this webinar (or would like to rewatch it), the recording is now available. Simply register here to receive a link to watch the recording: info.basho.com/BeyondNoSQL_Recorded.html

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Register Now for the 451/Basho Webinar Featuring Tapjoy

December 9, 2013

Tomorrow (December 10th) at 10am PT/1pm ET, we will be hosting a live webinar, “Beyond NoSQL – Distributed Databases in Production.” This webinar will feature Matt Aslett (Research Director at 451 Research), Bobby Patrick (EVP and CMO at Basho Technologies), and Wes Jossey (Systems Engineer at Tapjoy). There are still seats available, and you can register here for more details.

This webinar will talk about the history of NoSQL and what issues NoSQL aimed to solve in regard to relational systems. It will then look at the current NoSQL landscape and architecture trends. From there, the webinar will focus on Basho’s Riak, a distributed NoSQL database, and some of its key features and use cases. Tapjoy, the mobile performance-based advertising platform (and Riak user) will discuss how they use Riak to provide reliable data locality to their customers and why they selected Riak to be the cornerstone of their data management strategy. Finally, it will wrap up with a look at what’s to come with Riak 2.0 and have a live question and answer session.

Be sure and register now for “Beyond NoSQL – Distributed Databases in Production.”

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Basho/451 Research Webinar “Beyond NoSQL – Distributed Databases in Production”

November 27, 2013

Join Basho and 451 Research on Tuesday, December 10th at 10am PT for a live webinar, “Beyond NoSQL – Distributed Databases in Production.”

This webinar will feature Matt Aslett, Research Director at 451 Research, and Bobby Patrick, EVP and CMO at Basho Technologies. This webinar will set the stage with NoSQL trends and adoption across various industries. It will then discuss some of the key benefits of distributed NoSQL systems and explore how systems like Riak are evolving.

Wes Jossey, Systems Engineer at Tapjoy, will also be joining the webinar to discuss how Tapjoy uses distributed databases to provide reliable data locality to their customers through multi-datacenter replication.

Register here for the free “Beyond NoSQL – Distributed Databases in Production” webinar.

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Basho in the News

November 20, 2013

To showcase who is talking about Basho and Riak across the world, we recently overhauled the Basho News Page. This News Page showcases some of the top stories about Basho and the distributed systems industry. It also highlights recent announcements from us, ranging from releases to partnerships to speaking engagements.

Currently on the News Page, check out stories from:

  • ComputerWeeklyAngry Birds Roost Grows with Open NoSQL Riak
  • 451 ResearchBasho Previews Distributed Database Update Following Major Deal with UK’s NHS
  • The RegisterWhat Do We Want? Strong Consistency! When Do We… Oh, It’s In Riak v2
  • ProgrammableWebSeagate Releases Open Source API to Eliminate Data Storage Complexities
  • ComputingNHS ‘to Benefit from Agile Development’ with Selection of Open Source Database Riak for Spine2

If you’re looking for a specific article or want to browse past stories, you can also check out the complete archive here.

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Profiting From Cloud Storage – A Panel Discussion

September 25, 2013

Each year, 451 Research hosts an event called the Hosting and Cloud Transformation Summit. This two day event brings together a compelling combination of executives and practitioners in the hosting, cloud computing, datacenter, and Internet infrastructure sectors. The sessions are a combination of industry perspective and primary research designed to continue to educate the industry about technology trends and considerations for the upcoming year.

We are pleased that Bobby Patrick, Basho CMO, is joining Marco Coulter, Vice President of the Info Pro, 451 Research, and Dave Wright, CEO, SolidFire in a panel discussion entitled Profiting from Cloud Storage in an Era of Software-Defined Everything. Their panel will take place today (September 25th) at 12:25pm.

To quote the abstract:

“Storage is well understood as an essential part of the IT stack, but less well known is the role it could play in transforming a service provider’s ability to deliver valuable new services to customers. This event will provide an overview of how emerging approaches to ‘software defined storage’ are helping service providers cost-effectively offer everything from hosting mission critical apps in the cloud to secure file sync and share.”

Since we open-sourced Riak CS, we have spent a fair amount of time working with service providers seeking to supplement their portfolio with an object storage service offering. This is, by no means, the extent of Riak CS adoption. It does, however, represent a compelling market segment and the discussion about service providers continuing to supplement their core offerings with additional services is one that is well worth having.

For those of you not able to attend this session, we will be sharing a recording at a later date.

If you are at #HCTSNA, attend the session and then stop by the Basho booth for a chat (or t-shirt, pint glass, or Little Riak Book).

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451 Research on Newly Open Sourced Riak CS

March 27, 2013

Basho is excited to share 451 Research’s report on Riak CS and last week’s code release to open source. In this report, analysts Simon Robinson and Matt Aslett state that they are “not surprised that Basho has opted to take this route for Riak CS, and the move should help grow its community – not to mention increase its funnel of prospects – at a critical time in the evolution of what remains a nascent market.”

You can download the complete 451 Research report here.

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