Webinar: Don’t Leave Your Data in the Dark: Optimize and Simplify Database Performance with DataStax | DataStax
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  • Title: Don’t Leave Your Data in the Dark: Optimize and Simplify Database Performance with DataStax
  • Date: March 11, 2014
  • Time: 9am PT / 12pm ET / 16:00 GMT
  • Duration: One hour
  • Details: As new types of data sources emerge from cloud, mobile devices, social media and machine sensor devices, traditional databases hit the ceiling due to today’s dynamic, data-volume driven business culture.

    Join us in this online webinar and learn how you can incorporate a modern, NoSQL platform into daily operations to optimize and simplify data performance. DataStax recently announced DataStax Enterprise 4.0, a production-certified version of Apache Cassandra with an in-memory option, enterprise search, advanced security features and visual management tools. Give your developers a simple and powerful way to deliver the information your customers care about most—unconstrained by the complexities and high costs of traditional database systems.

    Learn how to:
    • Easily assign data based on its performance needs on traditional spinning disk, SSD or in-memory. All in the same database instance
    • Leverage DataStax’s built-in enhancements for broader information search and analysis even with many thousands of concurrent requests
    • Visually monitor, manage, and fine-tune your environment to get the most of your online data


  • Speaker: Robin Schumacher, VP of Products at DataStax

    Robin Schumacher has spent the last 20 years working with enterprise databases and leading product management teams. Robin started and led the product management team at MySQL for three years before they were bought by Sun (the largest open source acquisition in history), and then by Oracle. He also started and led the product management team at Embarcadero Technologies, which was the #1 IPO in 2000. Robin is the author of three database performance books and frequent speaker at industry events. Robin holds BS, MA, and Ph.D. degrees from various universities.
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