MongoDB

Another podcast that got a bit lost traveling across the Atlantic … well to be honest it’s due to Clint’s complete lack of iMovie editing skills 😉 

We were lucky enough to have Vijay Vijayasankar on the podcast again to talk about the unstructured world of MongoDB. It is an interesting discussion around how the NoSQL databases could fit into your enterprise.

Recently Vijay announced that he left MongoDB and you can read about it in his blog post here. We have no doubt that Vijay will be highly sought after and it’s going to be interesting to see what path he decides to take next in his career.

We hope you enjoy.

 

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Revisiting the Realtime Data Platform

Josh, Derek Loranca, Greg Myers, and Clint Vosloo revisit the Realtime Data Platform concept and deep dive into progress on product convergence, what’s left for SAP to tackle and what we see are areas that customers should know more about.

Learn more about the SAP Real Time Data Platform on the SAP Community Network.

Timo Elliott @ SAP Insider BI 2014 Singapore

Somehow, once lost in the abyss of the interwebs, we’ve found an episode recorded last October with none other than Timo Elliott.

In this episode, Clint Vosloo sat down with Timo at SAP Insider in Singapore. They caught up around all thing’s Timo and got deep into the whole Big Data debate as well as all things SAP Analytics.

You will also hear it here first that Timo has a #selfiepole and what he wants (rather, wanted) from Father Christmas. 

Jayne Landry at SAPinsider 2014 Singapore

Clint Vosloo got to sit down and have a chat to Jayne Landry at the SAP Insider Conference in Singapore last month. They got to chat about SAP’s new run simple message as well as talk about the convergence of tools in the SAP BusinessObjects portfolio as well as Jaynes World Tour she is currently on.

Data Archiving Update

Clint Vosloo sat down- twice- with Henrique Pinto from SAP to talk about where we are with SAP Data Archiving today. With SAP HANA today this means Near Line Storage for BW customers and Smart Data Access.

They also spoke about the much anticipated Extended Storage  which is due to become Generally Available in Q4 2014.\