Database

Room 326

Data Architecture in the 21st Century

Frank

Frank

Independent Consultant

Big Data (Hadoop and NoSQL), The Cloud, The IoT and Data Science are changing the Enterprise Data Architecture. In this presentation I will explain: 1. How the Modern Database Architecture landscape is changing (The Good, The Bad and the Ugly 2. The chain toward Wisdom or Intelligence Life Cycle (Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom) 3. The Digital Transformation Hierarchy 4. Show the advantages and disadvantages of OLTP, OLAP and Big Data, and the rise of the BDMS (BIG DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS). 5. The different data architectural models and use cases in the 21st Century


Advanced
Database (Room 326)
10:00 AM - 10:50 AM

SQL 2019 for Developers

Dave Noderer

Dave Noderer

Computer Ways, Inc.

Microsoft SQL Server has supported and continues to add support for software developers. This talk will touch on a few topics including tools, SQL graph, Java Language extensions, JSON, UTF-9 Support, Temporal Tables and Spatial Data. We should have time to dig deeper into one or two of those.


Advanced
Database (Room 326)
11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Algorand Blockchain Basics - Decentralized and for Developers

Russell Fustino

Russell Fustino

Algorand

Algorand is a new blockchain built on a Permissionless, pure proof of stake, decentralized agreement protocol, where anyone can participate and requires minimal computational power. This protocol finalizes transactions very quickly and offers true decentralization. For developers the Algorand blockchain provides JavaScript, Java, Python and Go SDKs. Additionally REST endpoints are provided for interacting with the nodes and handling wallet functions. These REST endpoints are based on the OpenAPI Specification and can be used to build clients in any language. This session covers the basics of how the Algorand protocol works, cover the architecture overview, managing the node with the command line tools, and show developers how to integrate using the SDKs to build Layer 2 applications.


Beginner
Database (Room 326)
01:00 PM - 01:50 PM

Running AKS in Prod

Dan Patrick

Dan Patrick

Solliance

In this session, you will go behind the lines of a real AKS deployment into production. Lessons learned about Infrastructure, Networking, Key Vault, WAF, and AKS will be covered. Learn how we locked down the deployment from the Network Security Groups to RBAC on the containers. You will see how Azure DevOps was used to create a true end to end CI/CD for both the Application and Infrastructure. Our pain, your gain… Takeaways: 1. Best practices for deploying production application with AKS 2. Use Azure DevOps pipelines and Terraform to manage an AKS deployment 3. Secure your AKS deployment


Advanced
Database (Room 326)
04:00 PM - 04:50 PM