Panel on Maximizing the Power of Modern Databases and Stateful Services Covers How to Deliver Developer-Ready Infrastructure
SANTA CLARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DataStax today announced that DataStax Chief Product Officer Ed Anuff will participate in a VMworld 2020 panel about running modern stateful applications with Cloudian, Dell, MinIO, and FedEx Services.
FedEx shares insights on the role of the developer and infrastructure teams as well as the challenges and opportunities as they adopt more cloud-native applications.
DataStax will also be featured as the first scale-out, NoSQL, hybrid database-as-a-service for the vSAN Data Persistence platform in VMware SVP John Gilmartin’s keynote about hyperconverged infrastructure.
The panel will cover the need to provide a consistent, scalable platform experience for developers wherever they are building applications and the benefits of DataStax Enterprise, a scale-out data infrastructure for enterprises that need to handle any workload in any cloud.
Maximize the Power of Modern Databases and Stateful Services [Session ID: HCI1979]
Join DataStax Chief Product Officer Ed Anuff for a panel discussion with VMware customer FedEx and partners in modern databases and stateful services about how to run modern stateful applications with simplified operations and lower TCO on the VMware platform. The panel will discuss infrastructure requirements for modern databases and stateful services and optimization that VMware has done to make it easy for customers to deploy, manage and monitor these applications with TCO savings.
- Lee Caswell, Vice President, Products, Cloud Platform Business Unit, VMware
- Sanjay Jagad, Sr. Director, Products and Alliances, Cloudian
- Ed Anuff, Chief Product Officer, DataStax
- John Shirley, VP of Product Management, Dell
- Anand Babu Periasamy, CEO, MinIO, Inc.
- Vijay Banga, Technical Fellow, FedEx Services
When: September 29 - October 1, 2020 (on-demand)
Where: Right where you’re sitting. Register for VMworld and listen into the HCI solutions keynote [Session ID: HCI3074], as well as the panel discussion with FedEx, one of the reputed enterprises using VMware and DataStax, where they will share more on how they built stateful applications at scale [Session ID: HCI1979].
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