Riding the second wave
Jan started his IT career in a medical facility of the Royal Dutch Army in 1992 as an administrator on a Datapoint Mainframe. In 1994 the medical facility switched to using Oracle 7.1 on a Micro VAX 3100, which kicked of his career in Oracle. From 1998 Jan supported the development of a system for healthcare administration. Over the years Ecaris evolved to an APEX based solution. In recent years Jan came in contact with Dbvisit from New Zealand. In 2011 he started working as a Business Development Manager for Dbvisit. Most recently Jan joined the German based company of Portrix as Director Operations ai. responsible for reorganizing the operations department. In a latest venture, Jan joined EnterpriseDB as Sales Engineer for the DACH-region. Also Jan made his appearance as a regular speaker at Oracle User Groups around the world, with a debut at UKOUG_Tech13, including DOAG14 and OOW14. His work for the Oracle User Community was recently recognized with an Oracle ACE award.
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Open Source software solutions are nothing new. Free – as in freedom – software was introduced nearly immediately after software and hardware got separated, in the ’50 of the last century.
We see a surge in the adoption of Open Source, especially as more complex systems get introduced as open solutions. This presentation discusses the various “waves” we can observe in Open Source solutions and how they actually interact. Many of today’s disruptive developments are powered by Open Source solutions and by being fully aware of this, we can harness its power. How do databases fit in this equation? How do relational databases fit in this equation specifically? What does the database landscape look like, and where does Open Source fit in? Interesting questions in today’s world, from all angles, such as business, operations, development.
Join this talk and get more insight into the wonderful world of data storage, data processing and information delivery!
- 2021 October 5 09:20 SAST
- 40 min
- South Africa 2021
- Case Studies