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Tuesday, June 18 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Building an Efficient and Performant Data Model: Real World Challenges Faced and How We Solved Them [Infosys]

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There is a tremendous innovation that has happened in the database space in the recent past. In the beginning, we had traditional file systems and hierarchical databases. We then graduated to Relational Database Management systems followed by database appliances and in-memory databases. Then we saw the data explosion. Hadoop was born to alleviate the challenges that followed this data explosion. But it also failed to meet the new age demands of the business. Batch oriented processing was not good enough for the speed that business is looking for. The need of the hour is a near real time solution that can not only process transactional but also analytical workloads at the same time. The new age NoSQL databases bring them all together. However, we need to unlearn a lot while designing applications on NoSQL. We need to throw our relational cap while building such solutions. In this session, we will talk about the best practices of designing performant data models, tools and accelerators that lend predictability especially while migrating from traditional RDBMS to modern NoSQL models. This will be substantiated with our experience in developing such data models for our clients across the verticals.

Speakers
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Rajib Deb

Head of Architecture - Modernization Practice, Infosys
Rajib Deb has more than 21 years of experience in the industry. In his current role, he heads the architecture team globally for the Modernization Practice at Infosys.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Gibson