Live DataStax Webinar | August 12th, 2021 | 10:00am - 11:30am (WIB)
"Modernization programs across all industries have largely stalled or have not driven the expected value. Without new approaches, the inability to modernize the data layer at the required velocity will continue to hamper the present and future demands of today's enterprises to innovate and compete with data."
In this webinar, we will look at the how DataStax can address the needs of a fast and deep data lane."
The good news is that enterprises that choose to invest in modernizing the data layer using new approaches can quickly accelerate and create an innovation gap with their competition. This document describes how to think about data platform modernization, how to select and prioritize systems to modernize, and the outcomes that can be achieved.
The age of these systems and the technology stacks they are based on will put an increasing financial burden on the $90B budget, 80% of which is allocated to maintain existing systems. Out of these top 10 most critical systems, only three had planned modernization programs. This pattern repeats in every industry and in every vertical.
Broadly, the applications in the Enterprise landscape fall into two major categories.
- The fast lane: Transactional systems that capture core data that powers the Business and Mission critical functions of the Enterprise.
- The deep lane: Analytical systems that are used for reporting and analysis outside the transactional flows, but on the data gathered by those flows-often from many disparate systems.
Read more: https://bit.ly/datamodernizationpdf
has been involved with building and deploying large-scale distributed data systems for the last 11 years; helping Apple, Bank of America, US Customs & Border Protection, and many other enterprises around the world to unlock the value of data with the massively scalability. He was an early contributor to the Apache Cassandra project as well as involved with the Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark, and Apache Lucene/Solr family of projects. He is also active in the scalable graph database community including the Apache TinkerPop project.
is currently the Regional Sales Director and he has been involved in engaging Enterprise and partners for the last 21 years. He is currently sitting in the Singapore Computer Society working as an Exco member in promoting Opensource technology.