On-Demand Forrester Research & Aerospike Webinar: "There are 250 Database products, are you running the right one?" (aired on December 16, 2015)


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Be sure to attend Aerospike’s upcoming webinar with Forrester Research.

Title: “There are 250 Database products, are you running the right one?”

Date and Time: Wednesday, December 16 at 10:30 am Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco, GMT-08:30) / 13:30 EST / 18:30 UTC.

Speakers:

Noel Yuhanna, Analyst at Forrester Research and Peter Goldmacher, VP of Strategy at Aerospike will give an overview of the industry, the different types of databases and where NoSQL fits within the enterprise stack.

Registration: To watch the webinar, please register here.

Full description:

Today’s developers have over 250 database products to choose from, marking the transition of the database from an inhibitor to an enabler, and from a product to a category. This means that application developers have more options than ever when deciding what kind of database can best support their application, but with opportunity comes risk. Selecting the wrong database can limit the effectiveness of your application, thus hindering your business goals. Selecting the right database can enable developers to build and create entirely new categories of compute – in other words, they can build new applications and create what has never been created.

Attend this informative webinar featuring guest speaker, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, Noel Yuhanna and VP of Strategy at Aerospike, Peter Goldmacher, for an overview of the industry, the different types of databases and where NoSQL fits within the enterprise stack.

Reserve your seat now to learn about:

  • The different categories of databases and the types of applications
  • Workloads best suited for NoSQL
  • Top use cases for key-value databases
  • Real-time, mission critical applications of NoSQL technologies

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An archive of the webcast is now available on this page.

You can also find this video (and others) on Aerospike’s Youtube channel.