Cory Isaacson

Cory Isaacson

Cory Isaacson is CEO/CTO of CodeFutures Corporation, maker of dbShards, a leading database scalability suite providing a true “shared nothing” architecture for relational databases. Cory has authored numerous articles in a variety of publications including SOA Magazine, Database Trends and Applications, and recently authored the book Software Pipelines and SOA (Addison Wesley). Cory has more than twenty years experience with advanced software architectures, and has worked with many of the world’s brightest innovators in the field of high-performance computing. Cory has spoken at hundreds of public events and seminars, and assisting numerous organizations address the real-world challenges of application performance and scalability -- effectively applying emerging technologies to a variety of fields including social networking, mobile applications, gaming and high volume transaction systems. In his prior position as president of Rogue Wave Software, he actively led the company back to a position of profitable growth, culminating in a successful acquisition by a leading private equity firm. Cory can be reached at: cory.isaacson@codefutures.com

All Posts by Cory Isaacson

An introduction to Column Databases

Scaling for Big Data

An introduction to Column Databases

How to successfully integrate Column Databases into Big Data architecture.

Scaling for Big Data: An introduction

Dig in, data crunchers

Scaling for Big Data: An introduction

Database tech can make or break an app - but getting the fundamentals can be daunting. In this new series, Cory Isaacson breaks it all down in easily digestible chunks.

What is Big Data anyway?

Let’s be specific

What is Big Data anyway?

In the second part of his series, “Scaling for Big Data”, Cory Isaacson gets into the nuts and bolts of Big Data and attempts to pin down a concrete definition.

Introducing MapDB: The agile Java data engine

Multi-tier marvel

Introducing MapDB: The agile Java data engine

MapDB, a data engine grounded in Java, has just reached 1.0 status as an Apache 2.0-licensed project. Cory Isaacson runs through the key features, and underlines what makes it so darn agile.

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