NoSQL Benchmarking talk at CMGIndia Delhi regional meet

KV Narayanan, the guest speaker

KV Narayanan, the guest speaker on Webex

I presented at first Computer Measurement Group-India, Delhi Regional Event on November 29, 2013 at TCS Noida Sec 4 Office. Guest Speaker started talking about how Obama’s healthcare website could not handle the load because of poor planning and execution, Why measurement is really important? 2nd speaker gave good insights into Oracle performance. There were the following speakers:

  1. K.V.Narayanan, Vice President, Govt ISU, TCS, New Delhi, Guest Speaker
  2. Kapil Malhotra, Architect, Dell Software, New Delhi on Oracle Performance – Benchmarking, Tuning, Replication – Best Practices
  3. Prasoon Kumar, Solution Architect, MongoDB, Mumbai, Benchmarking of NoSQL Databases
  4. Ramakrishnan Raghu, Chief Architect, Passport Seva Project, TCS, New Delhi, Making Software Performance Engineering an Integral Part of SDLC – Practice & Experience
  5. Ramakrishna Alavala, HiPODS, IBM Labs, Bangalore, Proactive Performance Management in Production System

I prepared the following slides with which I delivered the talk.

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About prasoonk

Prasoon Kumar grew up in the Bokaro Steel City of south Bihar, now Jharkhand. He studied Computer Science and Engineering in IIT Kanpur. For job he moved to the land of opportunity United States. He was there in the bay area through the internet revolution of mid to late nineties. He spent time admiring the beautiful coastline of California among other things. He moved east coast to the New York after the turn of the millennium working in a brokerage startup. Afterwards, he is back to India for the past few years. He has been working in the internet startup, enjoying the city life. He has a beautiful wife, a young 5 years old daughter and 11 years old son.

Posted on December 4, 2013, in Database, NoSQL, Prasoon Kumar, Prasoon Kumar Jha, Technology and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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