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How Express Scripts Ensured the Health and Performance of Their Existing Database Infrastructure While Preparing For the Future

 
 
DATABASE TRENDS AND APPLICATIONS (DBTA) WEBINAR | LIVE STREAMING AUDIO
How Express Scripts Ensured the Health and Performance of Their Existing Database Infrastructure While Preparing For the Future
 
 
 

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20 - 11 am PT / 2 pm ET

 
 
A day in the life of Today's DBA is a hectic and often chaotic mixture of firefighting, finger pointing and having to manage a wide range of technologies. This was true for Kyle Mertz, the Lead on the Next Gen Database team at Express Scripts.

You're likely familiar with Express Scripts. You may even have their prescription card in your wallet. Express Scripts is a healthcare opportunity company. That means where others see problems, they see potential. From pharmacy and medical benefits management, to specialty pharmacy care, and everything in between – Express Scripts seeks to uncover opportunities to make healthcare better. They rely on the uptime and availability of data to be a market leader.

Kyle and his team at Express Scripts had been managing database health and performance in a reactive mode, responding to "the server is slow" issues as they occurred and were striving to implement a more proactive and efficient method of resolution. On top of this, Kyle was tasked with implementing his company's strategy for adopting and embracing new database technologies to address productivity, cost control, and broad data management initiatives. Kyle needed to ensure the health of Express Scripts existing infrastructure while preparing for the future.

What if you could, with complete confidence thrive in this new database world? What if you could hear Kyle's story and leverage his experiences to:
  • Discover what the new world of open source and non-relational databases looks like
  • Understand the risks of the status quo
  • Implement a proactive approach to ensuring database health and performance
  • Manage multiple databases from a single solution
  • Leverage and empower existing staff to ensure collaboration and confidence
  • And… even learn about a potential career opportunity with Express Scripts
Reserve your seat today!

REGISTER NOW to attend this live Webinar titled How Express Scripts Ensured the Health and Performance of Their Existing Database Infrastructure While Preparing For the Future.
 
SPEAKERS
Jason Hall
Senior Technical Sales Engineer
Quest Software
 
Kyle Mertz
Principle Engineer
Express Scripts
 
MODERATOR
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Stephen Faig
Research Director
Unisphere Research and DBTA
 
 
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