How to Scale Your Database in the Cloud with Clustrix
Who Should Attend: Developers, DevOps, and Database Administrators
The database should be the app team’s best friend. But when it’s not scaling, it’s their worst enemy. It’s even more difficult in the cloud – where sharding and scale-up are simply non-starters.
What’s needed is a database that scales out to match the cloud’s basic architecture, yet still looks and acts like a full-featured RDBMS. Clustrix is exactly that. All the power of an RDBMS, but with linear scale and available on public (AWS), hosted (Rackspace, GoGrid, etc.), and private clouds
In this event, hear how the premier online job-matching service, TheLadders, chose to scale out their primary database, letting their app team focus on features and speed. Topics covered will include how to:
- Leverage a scale-out SQL database on public and private clouds
- Achieve fault tolerance, high availability, and reliability
- Run OLTP and OLAP workloads on the same database
- Develop, test, and deploy apps in AWS
- Gain exceptional application performance and scale
3:45pm – 4:15 – Check in and welcome
4:15 – 5:00 – TheLadders case study, technology overview and Q&A
5:00 – 6:00 – Network with speakers and colleagues
137 Varick Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10013
Appetizers and drinks will be served.
As this is a limited seating, exclusive event, it is recommended that you register early.
Once we receive your registration, we’ll follow up to confirm your registration.
Dmitri Mikhailov, Principal Database Architect, TheLadders
Prior to TheLadders.com Dmitri worked for Fortune Global 500 companies in Europe and the United States. He worked with big data for over two decades, designing and developing efficient solutions on every major database platform. Dmitri received a Master's Degree in Computer Science from Belarussian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics.
Sergei Tsarev, Co-Founder and CTO, Clustrix
Sergei led the Internet Operations Systems Infrastructure team at AOL. Sergei's accomplishments include developing the Simple Time-series Database (STDB), a high performance data storage engine for operational monitoring metrics. It has become the standard storage engine for network and host monitoring data for all of AOL. Sergei earned a B.S. in Computer Science from University of Maryland, College Park.