Demystify NoSQL With DediPowerBy Dedipower Managed Hosting Ltd, PRNE
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Get the Inside Track on the Hottest Database Technology at Lord's Cricket Club, London, on 7 December 2010
READING, England, November 19, 2010 - DediPower is helping to drive the NoSQL debate among the UK's technical
community by holding a dedicated event on 7 December 2010, at Lord's Cricket
Club, Media Centre.
The "Demystifying NoSQL" event will highlight the potential applications
and benefits for this controversial new data storage and retrieval techniques
and outline the challenge to current relational database applications.
Hosted by broadcast technology presenter, Spencer Kelly, the day will
include panel discussions and a keynote speech from Nick Telford, systems
developer at Tweetmeme - the Twitter link aggregator whose exponential
success and growth has pushed database technology to the max.
While offering inherent flexibility, many traditional relational
databases are incurring massive overheads, particularly for rapidly growing
organisations. This raises a new dilemma for many IT professionals - "Do you
need to keep flexibility high? Or can this be sacrificed in order to keep
costs down and make demand-based scaling less expensive?"
Want to voice your opinion, find out more or just catch up with those in
the know? Register for the event and find out more at
DediPower, backed by its philosophy of "support with passion", is a
leading international provider of IT hosting and cloud infrastructure
solutions. With data centres in the UK, North America and Asia, DediPower
supports thousands of customers including Sony, Virgin, Eidos, NHS, Bluhalo
and Lovemoney.com with the latest technology to reduce costs, improve service
levels and maximise their online potential. It is ranked among the UK's 50
Fastest Growing Private Tech Companies by the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech
Track 100. DediPower is headquartered in Reading Berkshire, UK. For more
information, visit www.dedipower.com or follow DediPower via Twitter,
DediPower Contact: Guy Tarring, DediPower Managed Hosting, Tel: +44(0)870-252-3600, E-mail: info at dedipower.com; Claire Hutchison, CCgroup, Tel: +44(0)118-920-7650, E-mail: dedipower at ccgrouppr.com
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