We had a big, and growing, global platform for storing and sharing people’s most precious memories. But we had a problem.
So we had to fix that, and we did it by putting a transactional, SQL compliant layer atop HBase. In doing so, we retained all the intellectual property of our scripts and avoided retraining our technical teams, while letting the service grow.
This session is sponsored by HP
Rohit Jain is the CTO at Esgyn for Trafodion, a transactional SQL-on-HBase RDBMS. Rohit worked for Hewlett-Packard for 28 years on applications and databases, undertaking such roles as solutions architect, consultant, software engineer, architect, development and QA manager, product manager, and chief technologist in fields including online transaction processing, operational data stores, data marts, enterprise data warehouses, business intelligence, and advanced analytics on distributed massively parallel systems.