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Past Webinars

VoltDB and HPE Vertica Present: Building an IoT Architecture for Fast + Big Data

This webinar with Chris Selland of HPE Vertica and Dennis Duckworth of VoltDB addresses the growing challenges with managing a complex IoT solution and how to enable real-time operational interaction with comprehensive data analytics.

Acting on Real-time Behavior: How Peak Games Won Transactions

Register for this webinar to listen to how Peak Games, the makers of Toy Blast and Gin Rummy Plus, upped their ante by incorporating a low latency, high throughput, transactional database that simplified their architecture and delivered real-time actionable data - increasing player engagement and ARPU.

Kyle Kingsbury Talks about the Jepsen Test: What VoltDB Learned About Data Accuracy and Consistency

In this webinar Kyle Kingsbury will talk about the testing process, how Jepsen works and what he found in VoltDB. Then listen to John Hugg, the Founding Engineer at VoltDB to learn why these tests are important, how VoltDB reacted to test findings and the QA process moving forward.

Moving Beyond Batch: Transactional Databases for Real-time Data

Join guest Forrester speaker, Principal Analyst Mike Gualtieri, and Dennis Duckworth Director of Product Marketing from VoltDB to learn how enterprises can create a real-time, “origin-zero” data architecture within transactional databases to become a real-time enterprise.

Eat Your Data and Have It Too: Get the Blazing Performance of In-Memory Operations While Keeping Your Data Safe

Watch this webinar presented by VoltDB's Dennis Duckworth and David Rolfe to learn how an in-memory operational database can be used to deliver speed and performance for mobile, financial services, media & advertising, telco, retail, or IoT, use cases while providing all the durability and persistence you desire.

Arguments for a Unified IoT Architecture

There is a fuzzy border between the streaming and operational requirements of managing fast data in IoT. There is also an increasingly fuzzy border between where the computation and data management activities should occur. In this webinar, Ryan Betts, CTO of VoltDB highlights the benefits and disadvantages of a unified IoT architecture and discuss how simplifying at the core allows for high throughput, streamlined scalability and data consistency.

Why you really want SQL in a Real-Time Enterprise Environment

The SQL/NoSQL/NewSQL discussion isn’t a new one, and it continues to be a confused and confusing debate internally at many companies. In this webinar, VoltDB Director of Product Marketing, Dennis Duckworth, and David Rolfe, Director of Solutions Engineering EMEA, at VoltDB will discuss the importance and portability of using a standard, expressive programming language, and how ACID impacts concurrent actions and makes some things most of you are trying to do much easier. They also cover how SQL operational databases deliver correct answers - and why NoSQL can’t without significant cost (like, in performance). Last they will outline how VoltDB customers dramatically reduced the number of servers needed when they switched from open source DIY NoSQL stacks to VoltDB.

Stored Procedure Superpowers: A Developer’s Guide

Stored procedures often get a bad rap, but this webinar argues that many of the things people hate about stored procedures are more about the implementation, rather than the concept. Watch this webinar presented by John Hugg, Founding Engineer, VoltDB to understand how stored procedure “superpowers” can make your application faster, simpler and safer.

Fast Data Choices: 5 Strategies for Evaluating Alternative Business and Technology Options

In this third and final installment of our Executive Webinar Series on Fast Data Strategy, Dennis Duckworth, Director of Product Marketing at VoltDB and Mike Bowen, Lead Architect, Full360 outline 5 strategies for evaluating alternative business and technology options. You’ll gain easy-to-use tools to help you map potential areas of investment in new applications and services that use fast data. We’ll demystify today’s key functional requirements and examine the range of available technology options, including ‘free’ software.

Stream and state: Robust and stable solutions for streaming transactions

In the race to join streaming systems with stateful systems, the winners will be stateful systems that process streams natively. These systems remove the burden on application developers to be distributed systems experts, and enable new applications to be both powerful and robust. The tools to build these kinds of operational systems are evolving, but immature. Systems that focus on just streaming neglect state and vice-versa. Cobbled-together hybrid systems offer flexibility, but are complex to develop and deploy, may mask bugs, and may display surprising behavior when components fail. In this webinar, John Hugg, Founding Engineer at VoltDB, explores what's possible when systems integrate event processing with state management in a consistent, transactional way.