Webinar:

Your Budget is Gone, Your Data-Intensive Application is Next, What Do You Do?

Sponsored by: Couchbase

Focused on:

  • Cloud
  • Technology
  • Data

Date: 3 September

47

Time: 10 AM PST/1 PM EST

While organizations accelerate moving their data-intensive applications to the cloud for cost cutting reasons, they are afforded the opportunity to adopt cloud-native technologies. IT departments are facing a radically different operating climate than they did last winter. Now their entire user and customer communities have moved exclusively online and IT must make counter moves. New requirements for personalization require a much more flexible data management infrastructure to map user behaviors, sessions and available products and services more effectively. And users don’t just use laptops, they are mobile and expect consistency across experiences. What will you and your application do?

This event will provide answers for how to improve development team agility by adopting versatile NoSQL database platforms, while it is automatically deployed and managed within their providers' virtual private cloud. It will introduce the In-VPC style of deployment, which eliminates an inconvenient data residency issue found in everyday SaaS products who house customer data outside the owners' network. Couchbase can show customers how to control their data at all times and can use a single control plane to manage multiple distributed cloud clusters deployed everywhere. We will also describe how combining node-for-node price performance with a custom-tailored infrastructure as a service, along with transparent licensing and SLAs will lead to exceptionally low TCO for NoSQL databases in the cloud.

Presented by

Jeff Morris,

VP, Product and Solutions Marketing

For over thirty years, Jeff Morris has been a passionate technology marketer and product manager who loves differentiating products and celebrating customer successes. In the past, he helped separate graph databases from the larger NoSQL market at Neo4j, defined "data products" at SaaS analytic provider, GoodData, and worked for two other Open Source Software vendors, starting with Sendmail before the turn of the century.

Key Learning Objectives

  • This event will provide answers for how to improve development team agility by adopting versatile NoSQL database platforms
  • Couchbase will show customers how to control their data at all times and can use a single control plane to manage multiple distributed cloud clusters deployed everywhere
  • We will also describe how combining node-for-node price performance with a custom-tailored infrastructure as a service, along with transparent licensing and SLAs will lead to exceptionally low TCO for NoSQL databases in the cloud

Audience

  • Head of Infrastructure
  • Head of Mobile
  • Head of Software
  • Head of Data Management
  • Head of Security
  • Head of Technology R&D
  • Enterprise Strategy Director
  • Head of Technology
  • Vice President of IT
  • IT Director
  • Head of IT
  • Head of Engineering
  • COO
  • CTO
  • CIO
  • Head of Application Development
  • Head of Data Architecture
  • Head of Architecture
  • Head of Strategy & Architecture
  • Head of Enterprise Architecture
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Director of IT
  • Software Engineer
  • Developer
  • Senior Developer
  • Application Developer
  • Software Developer
  • Lead Software Developer
  • Systems Programmer
  • Programmer/Analyst
  • UI Developer
  • Software Development Manager
  • Principal Software Engineer
  • Database Administrator
  • iOS developer
  • Android developer
  • Software engineer
  • Backend developer
  • Fullstack engineer
  • Mobile Developer
  • Sr. iOS developer
  • iOS developer Manager
  • Sr. Android developer
  • Android developer Manager
  • Sr. Backend developer
  • Backend developer Manager
  • Sr. UI developer
  • UI developer Manager
  • Sr. Mobile Developer
  • Mobile Developer Manager
  • Sr. Application Developer Manager
  • Application Developer Manager
  • Sr. Software Developer Manager
  • Software Developer Manager
  • Sr. Lead Software Developer
  • Lead Software Developer Manager
  • It Solution Architect
  • IT Technical Architect
  • Senior Solutions Architect
  • Senior Enterprise Architect
  • Senior Technical Architect
  • Senior Mobile Architect
  • Senior Data Architect
  • Senior Software Architect
  • Senior Applications Architect
  • Solution Architect
  • Senior Solution Architect
  • Architect
  • Solutions Architect
  • Applications Architect
  • Software Architect
  • Data Architect
  • Mobile Architect
  • Technical Architect
  • Enterprise Architect