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Architectural Considerations for a Modern Database to Operate at Scale

 
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12 - 11 am PT / 2 pm ET
 
Modern applications have two primary needs: performance and ease of operations, both at scale.

The performance consists of two aspects: high-throughput and low-latency. While many businesses take a multi-tier application approach to meet throughput demands, they're adding more latency with each additional tier. On top of that, each layer creates new management requirements which negates the necessity of ease of use.

A multi-tiered approach can bloat infrastructure needs by 50%-90% based on the number of additional layers. And when an infrastructure grows this large, so do the costs of managing it. This is what we like to refer to as the "hidden costs of free open source software".

On Thursday, October 12th, hear from Dheeraj Remella – Director of Solutions Architecture at VoltDB – as he digs into how to properly architect a modern database to operate at scale. Get insights into topics, like:
  • Reducing costs, complexities and latency with fast data in a single layer
  • The pros and cons of free open source software
  • Key considerations and characteristics of a modern database
  • Real-world examples of modern databases operating at scale
  • And more
Register today for this discussion titled Architectural Considerations for a Modern Database to Operate at Scale.

Audio is streamed over the Internet, so turn up your computer speakers!
   
 
PRESENTERS
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Dheeraj Remella
Director of Solutions Architecture
VoltDB
 
MODERATOR
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Stephen Faig
Business Development Manager
Unisphere Research
and DBTA
 
 
 

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