Tag: Dr. Michael Stonebraker

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Database Revolutionizers Reviewed

March 12, 2019
Recently, data warehouse architect and industry expert, John Ryan, wrote an article about the evolution of database architecture. In it, he reviews traditional database and machine architectures (Oracle, Microsoft, IBM), then more interestingly goes on to detail the main solutions for shared memory, shared disk, and shared nothing databases of today. Ryan refers to Volt [...]
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Dr. Michael Stonebraker Shares his Vision, Knowledge, and Predictions on 5G

January 02, 2019
Dr. Michael Stonebraker is widely considered as the founder of the modern database. In 2015 he won the prestigious A. M. Turing Award for fundamental contributions to the concepts and practices underlying modern database systems. He has also founded numerous database companies, including Ingres, Tamr, Vertica, and Volt Active Data. Dr. Stonebraker’s research in 2005 [...]

Stonebraker Big Data London 2018 Keynote: “Big Data, Disruptions and the 800 Pound Gorilla in the Corner”

December 03, 2018
In this video of his Fast Data London 2018 keynote, Dr. Stonebraker focuses on the current market for “Big Data” products, specifically those that deal with one or more of “the 3 V’s”. He suggests that the volume problem for business intelligence applications is pretty well solved by the data warehouse vendors; however upcoming “data science” [...]

Clarifications On The CAP Theorem And Data-Related Errors

October 21, 2010

There has been another round of online conversations about the CAP theorem as the internet community continues to discuss its implications on networked databases. Coda Hale recently wrote a well received article titled CAP paper by Gilbert and Lynch. Scattered in the larger conversation is a continued mis-perception of my position regarding the CAP theorem. […]

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