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Jeffrey Kirkell
Enterprise Architect, Project Management Institute

Website | @jeffkirkell

Jeff Kirkell is a technologist, geek, overall agile fanboy, and aspiring cynic who spends his time formulating ways to take the best bits of open source and proprietary technologies to create systems that wow the business side with capabilities. Considering himself more an artist than engineer, and priding himself in having installed more data and application systems on his laptop than anyone he knows, Jeff usually in the Rich Internet Application space. Other interest include Triple-Stores, Key-Value stores, and various SemWeb goodness, in addition to destroying systems for testing purposes and forcing wide spread open source adoption.


Data: NoSQL Databases
Location: Oregon Ballroom 203
Jeffrey Kirkell (Project Management Institute)
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The popularity of NoSQL opens up an endless array of possible uses but also causes its own set of problems. Riak, a NoSQL offering created by Basho solves this by claiming to have no single point of failure. Proving this goes a long way to dispelling the concerns within an enterprise to begin adopting a non-relational solution. Read more.