VoltDB to Discuss Importance of Data Accuracy and Consistency at Strata + Hadoop World

BEDFORD, Mass. -- VoltDB, today announced it will be exhibiting at Strata + Hadoop World, taking place Sept. 27-Sept, 29, 2016 at the Javits Convention Center in New York City. Located at Booth #345, the company will demonstrate an IoT sensor data management application and distribute copies of its newest O'Reilly eBook, "Architecting for the Internet of Things." Additionally, VoltDB Founding Engineer John Hugg will present a session on what VoltDB learned about data accuracy and consistency from its recent Jepsen test.

WHAT: Presentation: "VoltDB and the Jepsen test: What we learned about data accuracy and consistency."

WHO: VoltDB Founding Engineer John Hugg will discuss VoltDB's internal development, support and testing processes and explore how VoltDB has improved over the years. John will conclude his session by diving into third party validation, with a focus on Kyle Kingsbury's recent Jepsen test, offering an overview of this test and its ramifications.

WHERE: Javits Center, 1 C04 /1 C05, New York, NY
Visit VoltDB at booth #345 for more information and live demos

WHEN: Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, 11:20am–12:00pm ET.

About VoltDB

VoltDB's in-memory SQL database combines streaming analytics with transaction processing in a single, horizontal scale-out platform. Customers use VoltDB to build applications that process streaming data the instant it arrives to make immediate, per-event, context-aware decisions. By delivering real-time in-transaction analytics that always produce correct results, VoltDB enables businesses to capture economic value and develop new revenue opportunities in the telco, financial services, IoT, gaming, and advertising technology industries. VoltDB is privately held with offices in Bedford, Massachusetts, and San Jose, California. www.voltdb.com

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