Today’s enterprise applications require extreme database performance and scale to keep up with growing business and user demands.
In the past, scaling your database meant adding more nodes to your clusters, regardless of what services those clusters powered. Now, with features like multi-dimensional scaling, enterprises can optimize their database infrastructure with unparalleled precision to power the next generation of business applications.
Join Shane Johnson, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Couchbase, as he discusses the shift to next-generation enterprise applications and how NoSQL databases like Couchbase power them.
- How a shifting business model is fueling the need for next-gen apps
- The important characteristics that make these new apps different
- Strategies for funding, building, and succeeding with your company’s next-gen apps
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Alan Shimel, Editor-in-Chief DevOps.com, An often-cited personality in the security and technology community and a sought-after speaker at industry and government events, Alan has helped build several successful technology companies by combining a strong business background with a deep knowledge of technology.
About the Panelists
Shane Johnson, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Couchbase
Shane Johnson is the Manager of Product Marketing at Couchbase. Prior to Couchbase, he occupied various roles in developing and evangelism with a background in Java and distributed systems. He has consulted with organizations in the financial, retail, telecommunications, and media industries to draft and implement architectures that relied on distributed systems for data and analysis.