December 11, 2013 This webinar has passed.
TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific
PRICE: Free to all attendees.
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About the Webinar
There’s a lot of noise in the data management space – and it doesn’t help that we tend to talk in terms of categories vs. what kind of problems we’re trying to solve. Broad categorizations and all that chatter make it hard for practitioners to understand what’s in the toolbox.
The many new databases available are not all alike – and recognizing how the DNA behind each helps and hinders problems solvers is the key to success. First, you have to figure out what your data needs to do – or what you and your customers need to be able to do with it.
Like Mike Stonebraker always says, when it comes to databases, “one size does not fit all.”
Determine what business issues you’re looking to solve, then pick your tool. Otherwise, you’ll never get to where you want to go.
Join VoltDB’s CTO, Ryan Betts, as he cuts to the database chase in this interactive webinar. He’ll set you straight on which databases are right for building apps that need to deliver:
- General-purpose document stores
- Raw storage capacity
- Screaming-fast speed
About the Speaker
Ryan Betts, Field CTO, VoltDB
Ryan Betts is field CTO at VoltDB. He was one of the initial developers of VoltDB’s commercial product, and values his unique opportunity to closely collaborate with customers, partners and prospects to understand their data management needs and help them to realize the business value of VoltDB and related technologies.
Prior to joining VoltDB in 2008, Ryan was a software engineer at IBM. During a four-and-a-half year tenure, he was responsible for implementing device configuration and monitoring as well as Web service management. Before IBM, Ryan was a software engineer at Lucent Technologies for five years. In that role, he played an integral part in the implementation of an automation framework for acceptance testing of Frame Relay, ATM and IP services, as well as a high-availability upgrade capability and several internal components related to device provisioning. Ryan is an alumnus of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.