Smartphones, smart homes, smart cities, smart vehicles, and IoT devices around us have triggered a data explosion.
The increase in the speed and velocity of data generation is only part of the challenge for enterprise IT organizations.
Other issues on the minds of architects and data management specialists include managing disparate data sources, keeping data close to the edge, reducing latency, maintaining uptime, and most important—extracting business value.
So how do you create a data architecture that can address these challenges? We invite you to join DataStax and Lightbend for a Data in Motion Lunch and Learn at the Waterstone Resort & Marina in Boca Raton. At this event, we’ll be discussing relevant use cases to demonstrate how a data management strategy can adequately prepare your organization to uphold a competitive advantage.
Seats are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Register today to secure your spot.
David Gilardi is a Technical Evangelist at DataStax who is a total nerd for distributed databases (and just a nerd in general). He has over 20 years of relevant experience in programming, database administration, cloud, server/network monitoring, and analytics. Before his time at DataStax he was Senior Development Manager at Hobsons, an education services company, responsible for a flagship SaaS CRM product deployed on hybrid cloud using a combination of relational and NoSQL database technologies.
David Ogren is an Enterprise Architect for Lightbend based in Wilmington, Delaware. Prior to Lightbend, David has held technical leadership roles at IBM. BEA Systems, Sun Microsystems, and multiple startup companies. He has been published online, where he wrote for eBizQ on Business Process Management, and in print, where his book on J2EE was published by Wiley Press.