check it Out। I proposed Douglas as my 1st Panel speaker. I will invite Joel Webber next.
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Web 3D: Distributed Database Dashboards
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The Solution is to re-architect our Clusters to reflect the reality that Server Client Architecture of Web 1.0 is DEAD!!! we no longer have the majority of our users coming from dumb terminals as clients. In fact most of the users are on Broadband enabled platforms with Processors, RAM & Serving Capabilities that are on PAR with the commodity hardware used by Google & Amazon, the industry leaders in Web-hosted (In the Cloud) Software as a Service . We must take this architect to its Logical Next Step. We Must Distribute the Web Applications to the shared OS of the Clients Browsers. With support in HTML 5 for "local" SQL databases ( http://webkit.org/blog/126
& the move to SQL-lite databases driven Local Applications by Adobe (FLEX & AIR) & Google (Gears), leads us to an Architecture where the Users data is served in SQL-lite Datastores in their devices browser caches (Apple Iphones use of Data URLs to avoid having to access the File systems) or Virtual Machines & Virtualization of OS's to collaboratively processed in a SETI@Home Architecture that allows users to contribute resources to the Performance of their Web Applications. You can use in-memory microsecond databases like Sleepy Cat (the Opensource version of Oracle Times Ten) to do session management of these Distributed Database Dashboards.
Practices Presentation http://googlewebtoolkit