More and more Enterprises are moving their IT infrastructure to Cloud platforms. Out of the entire components, Data Storage still remains a tricky part of the puzzle. I would like to present an overview of the choices, their advantages and limitations, we as Software Developers have currently. Based upon the choices, we may need to think about the design and architecture of the data-manipulation components of the application, we plan to put on Cloud. Following is an overview of the proposed agenda:

  • Existing “Cloud Capable” and “Cloud Native” Relational DBMS
  • Existing “Cloud Capable” and “Cloud Native” Non-Relational DBMS
  • Main differences between Relational and Non-Relational DBMS’s
  • Advantages and Limitations of Relational DBMS on Cloud Platforms
  • Advantages and Limitations of Non-Relational DBMS on Cloud Platforms
  • Design Patterns while using Non-Relational DBMS in the application
  • Code Walk-through showing Integration of “Cloud Capable” and “Cloud Native” Non-Relational DBMS with a Web-Application

Takeaways from the session

  • Overview of current Market Situation w.rt. Data Storage on Cloud
  • Helpful Pointers towards making the right choice of Data Storage platform
  • How Non-Relational DBMS’s can be integrated into our applications

Speaker: Narinder Kumar
This session on “Prepare Your Data For The Cloud” will be presented at the 1st Conference On Cloud Computing to be held in Pune, India on 20,21 August 2010.Click here for a list of other Sessions @ The Conference

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