September 08 to 10 2014, Santa Clara, USA.

Speakers

Speaker "Mark Herschberg" Details

Name :
mark herschberg
Company :
Title :
Chief Technology Officer
Topic :

Architecting a Hybrid NoSQL Solution

Abstract :

Madison Logic has created a unique data service modeling corporate intent, that is, what types of products and services are of interest to a business. Tracking data across the US and EMEA we’ve created a complex system for data ingest, management, and reporting, handling hundreds of millions of events a month in real time. To accomplish this task we use a combination of MongoDB, Storm, and other technologies running on a combination of dedicated hardware and cloud servers. This talk will cover the system architecture we choose and why and what bumps we experienced along the way.

dison Logic has created a unique data service modeling corporate intent, that is, what types of products and services are of interest to a business. Tracking data across the US and EMEA we’ve created a complex system for data ingest, management, and reporting, handling hundreds of millions of events a month in real time. To accomplish this task we use a combination of MongoDB, Storm, and other technologies running on a combination of dedicated hardware and cloud servers. This talk will cover the system architecture we choose and why and what bumps we experienced along the way. - See more at: http://nosql2014.dataversity.net/sessionPop.cfm?confid=81&proposalid=6748#sthash.6Tt9fZGo.dpuf
Profile :

Educated at MIT (with degrees in physics, EE/CS, and a masters in cryptography) Mark has spent his career growing and fixing new ventures at startups, Fortune 500s, and academia. Past products have included a wireless application platform, online advertising, lead generation, digital media, OLAP, and a new software language. Mark was instrumental in launching ServiceLive.com Sears online home services labor market; he also helped fix NBCs online video marketplace (now Hulu.com). In academia Mark spent a year at Harvard Business School working with two finance professors to create the upTick system now used to teach finance at many of the top business schools. At MIT Mark helped to start the Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program at which he teaches annually along with his teaching at SUNY’s Levin Institute. In his spare time Mark works with numerous non-profits and is on the advisory board of the museum of mathematics. He is also a former US ballroom champion. Mark joined Madison Logic in January, 2013 as the CTO specifically to build their data and analytics platform into the industry’s leading innovator.

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