Experts Share Experiences in Cloud Adoption at Upcoming Breakfast Events
NuoDB is sponsoring a pair of independent and informative breakfast events called “Sharing Experiences in Cloud Adoption.” These events are an opportunity for CTOs, Chief Architects and other technology leaders to network and share insights on cloud adoption with colleagues and industry gurus.
Pre-registration is required as seating will be limited at both venues.
Burlington, Mass. – October 14, 2014
The Boston-area event will be held at the Burlington Marriott in Burlington, Massachusetts on October 14, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. It will include a presentation from 451 Research Director, Matt Aslett, who will present his data platform map, how the landscape has developed, and where it’s headed in the future. Aslett will talk about how to avoid the common issues he has heard about from many from SaaS vendors, ISVs and end-user companies.
Aslett will be followed by Seth Proctor, NuoDB CTO, who will share his thoughts on what he is seeing across dozens of meetings and customer encounters. He will also discuss how to approach cloud challenges and suggest ways to tackle future challenges. Seth will also give a short demonstration of the NuoDB solution.
New York City – October 15, 2014
The New York event will be held at The Gander, a fine dining restaurant, in New York City on October 15, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. You will hear from Dr. Barry Devlin, Lead Consultant at 9sight Consulting, and a global authority on business intelligence. He will discuss “The Future of Data” and speak on cloud-related topics from his recent book “Business unIntelligence: Insight and Innovation Beyond Analytics and Big Data.” Attendees will even receive his book as a complementary gift.
Barry Morris, NuoDB President and CEO, will then share insights from frequent customer conversations with ISVs, SaaS vendors and large enterprise customers regarding their journey to the cloud. The two will discuss the how the cloud is impacting business intelligence, where hybrid transaction and analytical processing (HTAP) are headed; and how the data warehouse and HTAP will co-exist in the future.
A deluxe breakfast will be served.