Where is Database Development Going Next?

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Description

  • In this panel we ask a diverse panel of experts to discuss recent and ongoing developments, and to tell us where they think database development is headed.
     

    Panel

    David Axmark, Co-founder & Vice President of Open Source Relations - MySQL
    Kevin Perry, Chief Data Architect, Inovant/Visa Solutions Company
    Jon Rubin, Senior DB2 Product Specialist - IBM
    David Stodder, Editorial Director - Intelligent Enterprise Magazine
     

    Moderator

    Stephen McHenry

    Relational databases have been around for 20 years, however their development continues, with new features being added. The most prominent of these new features is support for XML, however other features continue to arrive such as the SQL OLAP extensions that help data warehousing and analytics.

    At the same time other forces are active. Open Source has become a powerful force in software development. Programming languages are looking to bypass the database with persistence modules. Operating system developers want to add transactions and recoverability. Search has become an important category of its own.

    In this panel we ask a diverse panel of experts to discuss recent and ongoing developments, and to tell us where they think database development is headed.

    Event Logistics

    Location

    PARC-George E. Pake Auditorium
    3333 Coyote Hill Road
    Palo Alto, CA

    Agenda

    6:00-7:00pm Registration/Networking/Appetizers
    7:00-8:30pm Panel Discussion


     

    Registration

    Pre-registered Cost (light snacks will be served)
    $10 SDForum and Bay.NET Members
    $20 Non-members

    Cost at the door (light snacks will be served)
    $15 SDForum and Bay.NET Members
    $25 Non-members

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