Architect, Office of the CTO
Perry Krug is an Architect in the office of the CTO and general customer advocate for Couchbase. Perry has worked with hundreds of users and companies to deploy, manage and maintain their installations of Couchbase’s NoSQL database technology, ranging from single-node deployments to large-scale clusters with billions of records. Perry is the conduit between customers and the engineering team, providing the much-needed flow of communication for both sides to work efficiently. He has been with Couchbase for over 8 years and has been working with high performance caching and database systems for over 12.
What do you hope attendees will gain at your event/s?
Attendees should walk away with a better understanding of why, where and how to leverage the Couchbase NoSQL database as both a caching layer and system of record.
What discussions do you look forward to having with the attendees?
Looking forward to having practical and hands-on discussions about the problems they are trying to solve and how to understand whether Couchbase would be able to help.
What do you enjoy most about your role?
I am a technical conduit between our customers and engineering, my favourite part is translating needs into reality in both directions.
How did you get into the industry?
I was originally a computer science major with a focus on Network Engineering and found my way to Couchbase through a chain of technologies that included data migration, NFS caching, memcached and eventually NoSQL.
Where is your favourite place in the world and why?
London. The energy and culture is unparalleled in the world.
Join Perry Krug on a webinar entitled Modernizing the Mainframe: Evolving Your Caching Layer Into a Source of Truth and System of Record by Couchbase on 20th November at 2PM New York / 11AM San Francisco.