San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 02, 2017
Datometry, the pioneer in database virtualization technology, announced a live, complementary fireside chat featuring Mike Waas, Founder & CEO of Datometry and one of the world’s top domain experts on database research.
Mike Waas will discuss why database re-platforming is the key barrier between an enterprise and the successful adoption of any cloud strategy and why every enterprise will need to overcome this challenge in the near future. Topics covered will examine current cloud adoption strategies, the state of cloud-native data management, and Datometry’s pioneering database virtualization technology which allows enterprises to move to the cloud without rewriting the entire application stack. Insights will be shared on the following topics:
- On-premise vs. cloud: are cloud-native databases mature enough?
- Born-in-the-cloud: Does this matter?
- What does it take to virtualize databases?
- What are the limitations of database virtualization?
Date & Time: June 22, 2017 at 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET
Register for the complimentary chat at Virtualization and Cloud Review.
Datometry (http://www.datometry.com) is revolutionizing how global enterprises can gain competitive advantage by up-leveling their data management to become cloud-native quickly and effectively. Datometry Hyper-Q is a category-defining solution that accelerates the digital transformation of enterprise IT by eliminating the costs and risks of adopting new data management technologies and lets the enterprise realize significant savings, innovate faster, and increase the speed of business. Hyper-Q is powered by Datometry’s proprietary technology developed by an expert team of database researchers and engineers. Datometry is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and partners with leading cloud service providers and database vendors including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft, Pivotal, and Snowflake.
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