Exclusively for enterprises migrating to hybrid cloud data architectures! The transition to hybrid cloud often comes with drawbacks, such as data silos, cloud vendor lock-in, and data governance concerns. An Active Everywhere database provides a consistent data fabric between on-premises data centers and public clouds, enabling enterprises to effortlessly accelerate their hybrid cloud deployments.
We're excited to invite you to join us for Apache Cassandra™ for the Enterprise: Hands-On Technical Workshop for a half-day session packed with hands-on activities, industry use cases, and technical info on DataStax Enterprise (DSE) and Microsoft Azure, the only hybrid cloud data layer infrastructure for distributed, always-on, real-time applications.
During this session, you will:
||Learn how to quickly deploy DSE into an Azure environment and start building a distributed, active-everywhere application.
||Create an environment specific to your use case as you work side-by-side with experts from Microsoft and DataStax.
||Hear about the advanced features of DSE such as Search, Analytics, Security, Graph, OpsCenter (a management tool), and more.
Each attendee will have a dedicated cluster of small DSE nodes with all tools, data, and notebooks deployed. This will allow you to fully experience a distributed database and leverage DSE with Azure tools.
And yes, lunch will be served!
Seats are limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Register today to secure your spot.
Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Time: 10:00- 3:00 pm ET
Location: Microsoft Technology Center | 45 Liberty Blvd, Malvern, PA 19355
Room: St Station
REQUIRED: Attendees must bring their own laptop with a modern web browser and an SSH client e.g.PuTTY installed, available at http://www.putty.org.
You should also have an Azure subscription. If the Azure subscription doesn't meet quotas for a DSE install, we will provide a deployment in the DataStax subscription.
Join us and discover how leading enterprise organizations are effortlessly accelerating their hybrid cloud deployments.