CIO/ CDO Virtual Panel
October 5, 2021
Requirements for the Modern Data Stack in a Microservices Oriented World
In order to build next decade’s competitive advantage, enterprises need to go beyond the early stages of digital transformation and embrace modern use cases characterized by the exponential growth of data and the utilization of real-time analytics to inform business decisions.
This entails not only building new applications or refactoring existing ones as microservices, but also moving certain workloads off relational monoliths to the modern data stack. Relational databases are poorly equipped to handle the demands of modern workloads involving either rich customer interactive applications or streaming industrial data.
Unlike relational monoliths, the modern data stack supports microservices oriented development patterns that free business logic from the data layer and place it in the application layer where it rightly belongs. It supports modern APIs that free developers from having to learn database languages before they can become productive. And just like microservices, the modern data stack is distributed and runs on Kubernetes.
Join DataStax as we discuss the requirements of the modern data stack in the world of microservices.
DataStax gives Mint the power to change information in their supporting systems into actionable insights with historical views into account statuses, which was previously impossible with relational technologies.
DataStax is the company behind the massively scalable, highly available, cloud-native NoSQL data platform built on Apache Cassandra™. DataStax gives users and enterprises the freedom to run data in any cloud at global scale with zero downtime and zero lock-in. More than 450 of the world’s leading enterprises including Capital One, Cisco, Comcast, Delta Airlines, Macy’s, McDonald’s, Safeway, Sony, and Walmart use DataStax to build transformational data architectures for real-world outcomes. For more, visit DataStax.com and @DataStax.
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Speaker: Sharad Gupta, Director, Data Architecture
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Sharad Gupta leads Data Architecture Practice at DataStax. He is an innovator at heart who loves to engage with customers and advocate for modern architectural practices coupled with a joyous developer experience giving them the ability to go fast, forever. Been working in tech for 20+ years spanning Embedded Systems, Streaming, Fast Data, Data Analytics, and Enterprise Architecture.
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