Why cloud applications and real-time demands are making life tough for the RDBMS

Andrew Lampitt, Sr. Director, Product Marketing, DataStax
Jeff Carpenter, Technical Evangelist, DataStax

Relational database management systems have been around for a long time now. They’re still useful for certain things, but the way we produce and use data has changed so much over the last 10 years that what was once the tried and true to do data management is now becoming a struggle at best.

Cloud applications, being distributed, contextual, real time, always on, massively and instantly scalable, are especially causing relational databases to face their weaknesses like never before.

Join Andrew Lampitt, Senior Director and Jeff Carpenter, Technical Evangelist at DataStax, for a discussion about why relational databases are failing in the age of cloud applications, and what potential solutions and alternatives there are to be able to handle today’s data.

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