Telenor calculated in 2010 that it´s self-service web solution for businesses & enterprises, MinBedrift, would not scale with the projected customer growth beyond 2012. In order to achieve acceptable user response times, the current solution was dependent of nightly pre-caching the customers’ data. However, the time available for caching was closing fast, and then response times would become increasingly longer. In the end Telenor would start losing customers. This is the story about how usage of NoSQL solutions such as Lucene/Solr index & Neo4j graph database solved the problem, and then some more.
Katrina Sponheim
Katrina Sponheim
Katrina is the system architect of Telenor Norway’s self service web solutions for the business segment. She has during the last year been involved in scalability and performance improvements related to customers being exposed to large data sets.
Sebastian Verheughe
Sebastian Verheughe
Currently working at Telenor Norway as a system area architect, Sebastian is responsible for business services in the mobile value chain. The last year he has been working on a project looking into how such services better can support search and retrieval of large dynamic data sets by the clients.

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