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Michael Kopp, Technology Strategist, Compuware-Dynatrace

 Michael  Kopp
Michael Kopp has over 10 years of experience as an architect and developer in the Java/JEE space. He currently works as a technology strategist in the Compuware-dynaTrace center of excellence. He specializes in architecture and performance of large scale production deployments with a special focus on virtualization and cloud. In this role he influences the dynaTrace product strategy and works closely with key customers in implementing Application Performance Management across the entire life cycle. Before joining dynaTrace he had been the Chief Architect at GoldenSource. He is a frequent speaker at technology conferences on performance and architecture related topics, a published author and regularly publishes articles on blog.dynatrace.com.

Presentation: "Performance Management in BigData Applications"

Time: Tuesday 10:50 - 11:50

Location: Roebling/Gleason

Do Applications that use NoSQL still need Performance Management? Is it always the best option to throw more hardware at a MapReduce Job? In both cases Performance Management is still about the Application, but BigData Technologies added a new wrinkle to it. In this session I will explain some of the main application performance problems of BigData Applications and how to solve them.