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Monday, November 16 • 14:00 - 14:45
Using Docker with NoSQL

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Understanding internal operations is crucial in financial services. Are public interfaces running smoothly? Are the back-end business systems as productive as they could be? Are infrastructure resources being allocated correctly based on business need? These are exactly the kind of questions that organizations must be able to answer but, surprisingly, they struggle with these questions. Called The Salamander, the tool has provided the bank an unparalleled ability to optimise and simplify business IT processes, which ultimately saves costs and leads to an improved customer experience. The Salamander team designed a solution running on a cloud computing architecture with several NoSQL solutions as Neo4J, MongoDB, REDIS,.... With these repositories they generate data visualisations that clearly demonstrate the relationship between among operations. The front-end and back-end of the application communicate via RESTFUL APIs and NodeJS-based servers provide elasticity when accessing the stored data. The new challenges are related with the need of load and use specific result sets stored and useful to diagnosis but not for immediate reading. At this point appears Docker appears as a solution to offer fast and easy custom database service. 

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Manuel Eusebio de Paz Carmona

Software Architect, BEEVA (a BBVA Company)
Software Architect and developer at BEEVA specialized in Node.js and MongoDB Certified Developer. Enthusiast of Open Source and Cloud Computing. His last projects are mostly related to data visualisation on client side technologies as MEAN stack, D3 & NVD3. | | Manuel tweets at @manueldepaz

Monday November 16, 2015 14:00 - 14:45
Level 1, Room 114