Mobile devices are ideal data capture and presentation points. They offer boundless opportunities for data collection and the presentation of temporally- and spatially-relevant data. The most compelling mobile applications will require aggregation, analysis and transformation of data from many devices and users. But intermittent network connectivity and constrained processing, storage, bandwidth and battery resources present significant obstacles. Highlighted with real-world applications, this session will cover challenges and approaches to device data collection; device-device and device-cloud data synchronization; and cloud-based data aggregation, analysis and transformation.
James Phillips, Couchbase Co-founder
James Phillips is a software geek, entrepreneur and investor. He taught himself to code on the Apple II and TRS-80 microcomputer platforms and founded his first software company, later acquired by Symantec, in 1985. He continues today as a serial software entrepreneur focused on distributed systems, cloud computing infrastructure and database software technologies. Most recently James co-founded Couchbase, provider of open source NoSQL database solutions; prior to that he was founder of Akimbi Systems, which was acquired by VMware in 2006. James is a frequent speaker at industry events including O’Reilly Web 2.0, HadoopWorld, Under the Radar, VMworld, OracleWorld, SD Forum, InfoWorld Executive Forum, CloudSlam, OSBC and others.
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