NuoDB Experts To Speak at Cloud Webinar
The Ins and Outs of Cloud-Scale for Independent Software Vendors
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA – March 12, 2014 – NuoDB, Inc., the leader in distributed database technology, today announced a live webinar called “The Ins and Outs of Cloud-Scale for ISVs.” The webinar will discuss how Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) are differentiating their offering with NuoDB, whether in the cloud, on premise or as SaaS.
Seth Proctor, Chief Technology Officer of NuoDB, and Dr. Michael Waclawiczek, VP of Marketing and Operations, will address common business challenges facing ISVs, and how ISVs use NuoDB’s cloud-scale DBMS to leapfrog the competition when moving to the cloud – and all without giving up key tools like SQL or rewriting applications.
The webinar will also feature a question and answer session in which NuoDB experts will field technical questions.
What attendees will learn
- What cloud-scale means and why it’s critical
- The DBMS features you need to stay competitive
- How other ISVs are using NuoDB to differentiate their apps by enabling scalability on demand, high availability, geo-distributed operation and cost reduction.
Who should attend?
- Technology leaders: CTOs, CIOs, Architects and VPs of Engineering
Date: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Time: 11:00 a.m. EST
Duration: 45 minutes
*Attendance is free but registration is required. Register here.
Everyday businesses face challenges with application deployment, business continuity, and providing outstanding performance. NuoDB provides the leading cloud database management system to solve these problems.
NuoDB offers scale-out performance, continuous availability and active/active operation. It’s a single, logical database easily deployed in multiple locations simultaneously. This unique capability is unavailable in any other SQL product.
It’s a true SQL service with ACID properties and relational logic, offering automatic redundancy, high availability and low latency. It’s designed from scratch as a distributed system with no single point of failure to meet the needs of global businesses.