The NoSQL Event
Of The Year

 May 11 - 13, 2020      San Diego, CA

NoSQL is taking over the world.

It’s time to take a closer look at the technology that is powering the world’s most used and most critical modern applications. NoSQL is the only way you can scale, perform and move at the speed your business needs to survive. Learn how to modernize your business and skillset to be part of the NoSQL wave.

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Hear from Industry Experts

Rob Carter

Rob Carter

Executive Vice President Information Services & Chief Information Officer, FedEx Corporation

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Rob Carter

Executive Vice President Information Services & Chief Information Officer, FedEx Corporation

Robert B. (Rob) Carter is Executive Vice President, FedEx Information Services and Chief Information Officer of FedEx Corporation.  He is a member of the five-person Executive Committee, which plans and executes the corporation’s strategic business activities.  Carter also serves as Co-President & Co-CEO of FedEx Services, the shared service entity responsible for Sales, Marketing, Information Technology and Customer Service.  

Carter joined FedEx in 1993 and has nearly 40 years of systems development and implementation experience.  Carter is responsible for setting the technology direction of the FedEx applications, infrastructure and networks that provide around the clock and around the globe support for FedEx product offerings.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in computer and information science from the University of Florida and his MBA from the University of South Florida.

Carter has been awarded many industry accolades, including, Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business, Fortune Magazine’s Executive Dream Team, Forbes Magazine CIO Innovation Award, Information Week's Chief of the Year Award, and a charter inductee of CIO Magazine’s CIO Hall of Fame.

Carter serves on the Board of Directors of New York Life and Pilot Flying J.

Corey Quinn

Corey Quinn

Cloud Economist, The Duckbill Group

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Corey Quinn

Cloud Economist, The Duckbill Group

Corey is the Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group. Corey specializes in helping companies improve their AWS bills by making them smaller and less horrifying; hosts the Screaming in the Cloud and AWS Morning Brief podcasts; and curates Last Week in AWS, a weekly newsletter summarizing the latest in AWS news, blogs, and tools, sprinkled with snark.

Dinesh Joshi

Dinesh Joshi

Apache Committer / Senior Software Engineer, Apache Software Foundation

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Dinesh Joshi

Apache Committer / Senior Software Engineer, Apache Software Foundation

Dinesh A. Joshi has been a professional Software Engineer for over a decade building highly scalable realtime Web Services and Distributed Streaming Data Processing Architectures serving over 1 billion devices. Dinesh is an active contributor to the Apache Cassandra codebase. He has a Masters degree in Computer Science (Distributed Systems & Databases) from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA.

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Denise Gosnell

Chief Data Officer, DataStax

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Denise Gosnell

Chief Data Officer, DataStax

Dr. Gosnell's career centers on her passion for examining, applying, and evangelizing the applications of graph data. Her most recent book, The Practitioners Guide to Graph Data with co-author Dr. Matthias Broecheler, details the best practices of working with graph data in Casssandra. In addition to her newly published book, she has patented, built, published, and spoken on dozens of topics related to graph theory, graph algorithms, graph databases, and applications of graph data across all industry verticals.

Prior to her role with DataStax, Gosnell worked in the healthcare industry, where she contributed to software solutions for permissioned blockchains, machine learning applications of graph analytics, and data science. She earned her Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Tennessee as an NSF Fellow. Her research coined the concept "social fingerprinting" by applying graph algorithms to predict user identity from social media interactions.

Melody Meckfessel

Melody Meckfessel

CEO, Observable

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Melody Meckfessel

CEO, Observable

Melody Meckfessel is the CEO and co-founder of Observable, a magic shared notebook for exploring data and thinking with code. Melody is a hands-on leader with more than 20 years in engineering at both startups and enterprises. Melody is passionate about helping developers succeed and making software development fast, scalable and fun. She is an advocate for diverse and inclusive developer communities. Prior to Observable, she was a VP of Engineering at Google Cloud leading Developer and Operator Systems.

Sam Ramji

Sam Ramji

Chief Strategy Officer, DataStax

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Sam Ramji

Chief Strategy Officer, DataStax

A 25-year veteran of the Silicon Valley and Seattle technology scenes, Sam Ramji has helped build two multi-billion dollar markets (API Management at Apigee and Enterprise Service Bus at BEA Systems) and redefined Microsoft’s open source and Linux strategy from “extinguish” to “embrace”.

He is nerdy about open source, platform economics, middleware, and cloud computing with emphasis on developer experience and enterprise software. He is an advisor to multiple companies including Accenture, Insight Engines, and the Linux Foundation. Sam received his B.S. in Cognitive Science from UCSD in 1994 and is still excited about artificial intelligence, neuroscience, and cognitive psychology.

Amanda Moran

Amanda Moran

Software Engineer, Apple

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Amanda Moran

Software Engineer, Apple

Amanda Moran is a Bay Area-based Software Engineer. Her passion is helping customers, users, and the community be successful. Previously, she worked for HP, Teradata, DataStax, and Apache Trafodion startup Esgyn. Amanda’s an Apache Committer and member of the PMC for Apache Trafodion. She’s worked on customer POCs, executive demos, distributed database cloud deployments, Python coding, data science workshops, has spoken at many conferences, Linux/Hadoop administration, and scripting—a little bit of everything. She has a master’s degree in computer science from Santa Clara University and a BS in biology from the University of Washington. In her spare time, she loves running, hanging out with her dog, and finding reasons to go to Disneyland.

Nate McCall, Apache Cassandra Chair

Nate McCall

Project Chair, Apache Cassandra™

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Nate McCall

Project Chair, Apache Cassandra™

Nate is a committer and the current project chair for Apache Cassandra. He has been actively involved in the Cassandra community since 2009.

Hands On - Accelerate 2020

Reimagine How You Connect

Immerse yourself in new features, best practices and cloud-native deployments by attending a workshop. Network with the biggest Apache Cassandra™ contributors from Apple, Netflix and more.

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Keynote - Accelerate 2020

The Accelerate Experience

Hear from leading Apache Cassandra contributors, DataStax enterprises/users and business leaders during two days of sessions. Engage during breaks, parties and shared meals with the experts from the Cassandra and DataStax communities.

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