Scaling for Extreme Growth? The Data Layer is Ground Zero! [On-demand Webinar]
Learn key strategies for unlocking instant data at petabyte scale with next gen hybrid-memory technology.
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To make good decisions you need good data. Currently 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created each day, and the amount of data will continue to increase exponentially as the digital economy matures. But it’s not enough to have data — it needs to be data that you can get and process in real-time that is most valuable for today’s digital apps and services. IDC's “Data Age 2025” whitepaper, predicts that nearly 30% of the global datasphere will be real-time by 2025.
The challenge, irrespective of how big or small your company might be, is scale. Scaling for extreme growth — moving from tens-to-hundreds of terabytes to petabytes is both an art and science.
The data layer is ground zero for this level of scale. This is where most scale problems manifest typically, and the diversity of use cases run on databases, varying from key value to graph to multi model hybrid data stores, making it the most complex layer of any tech stack to scale. But how do you break the cycle of reacting to scale issues as an afterthought?
Join Srini Srinivasan, Chief Product Officer and Founder at Aerospike along with Sai Devabhaktuni, Sr Director of Engineering of PayPal and Athreya Gopalakrishna, Senior Engineering Manager at PayPal as we discuss key strategies for unlocking instant data at petabyte scale with next gen hybrid-memory technology.
In this on-demand webinar, you will learn:
● Why companies need a data strategy for the digital economy
● How to think about the 3 dimensions of scale
● How to reduce the complexity of scaling for extreme data growth
● Why PayPal uses Aerospike on Intel® Optane™ DC Persistent Memory for instant access to data at extreme scale
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