In this webinar, Mike Stonebraker explains the tradeoffs of performance, scale, and required programming “heroics” in capturing the value of fast data with different stream processing alternatives. Then hear from John Hugg, Founding Engineer of VoltDB, as he discusses the VoltDB approach to fast data. Learn what’s possible when systems integrate event processing with state management in a consistent, transactional way.
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.
In this second installment of our Executive Webinar Series on Fast Data Strategy you will learn how innovative companies in Mobile/Telco, Financial Services, Media & Entertainment, and Internet of Things (IoT) have successfully tapped into the fast data opportunity. You will learn key metrics and evaluation criteria for three case studies that delivered superior value, profitability and growth. Niall Norton, CEO of Openet will outline how leveraging a disruptive database technology dramatically improved competitive differentiation and business operations.
Download this webinar to hear from IoT experts from VoltDB and Teradata as they discuss top-of-mind topics to help you gain immediate traction in your IoT architectures. Cheryl Wiebe, Partner, Analytics of Things, Teradata and Dennis Duckworth, Dir. Product Marketing, VoltDB will discuss the most impactful IoT use cases and business models, and key technology considerations to ensure effective analytics against IoT data. Finally they will outline real world IoT customer case studies showcasing break-through value.
deltaDNA is leader in personalization, having honed their knowledge and skills in one of the most competitive and demanding markets: online gaming. Listen as Chris Wright, deltaDNA’s CTO, joins VoltDB CMO, Peter Vescuso to explain how capturing and understanding data “in the moment” has enabled Chris to reduce margins, increase monetization, and understand his customers as well as provide the ability to react to them in real time.
In the third and final “Stonebraker Says” session, Dr. Stonebraker explained why optimizing fast data is the modern OLTP problem – and how an OLTP solution can help you extract the most value out of that data with extensions to main memory, support for streaming, and larger-than-memory applications.
The second in a series of informative, educational webcasts presented by Michael Stonebraker. In the second “Stonebraker Says” webcast, Dr. Stonebraker explained why you need to fix your database design – or risk being left behind in a world that’s smarter and faster than what your legacy system can handle.
In this webinar, you’ll hear VoltDB CEO, Bruce Reading, outline 4 steps to expand your window of opportunity while avoiding risky options that can destroy your business. Technology innovator and CEO of Emagine International, David Peters, will also share key lessons learned from establishing his company’s ability to use fast data to crush competitors and execute on Emagine’s ability to open new markets.
In this session, Ari Gorman, CTO of Novatel Networks, and Ryan Betts, CTO of VoltDB, discuss today’s data challenges and how Novatel uses VoltDB to offer its customers superior value and maximum efficiency through expedited VoIP call routing.
The first in a series of informative, educational webcasts presented by Michael Stonebraker. When Stonebraker speaks, listeners are guaranteed a frank, honest perspective on what works and what doesn’t — he doesn’t pull any punches. In this session, he takes a critical look at the conventional wisdom behind OLTP RDBMSs — why it’s outdated and renders most major commercial DBMS offerings obsolete — and then presents the case for modern in-memory architecture.