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As organizations modernize their application architectures into containerized and cloud environments, their database management strategy must align with their application strategy. Stateful workloads often require more effort to manage, but to compete successfully in a fast-paced digital economy you must develop, deploy, and scale these types of applications efficiently and cost-effectively. Using contemporary tools and practices, you can have the right data in the right place at the right time-without the burden of traditional enterprise data systems.

Moving your database to a hybrid cloud container platform gives you increased flexibility, but undertaking such a transformation is not without challenges. While many databases struggle to reach cloud scale due to evolving schemas and data models, a microservice architecture that provides a collaborative, decentralized approach to application development addresses this challenge.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • How an open, adaptable database architecture helps you build highly scalable, distributed applications based on actual use cases
  • The tooling and process automation needed to empower teams to operate Kubernetes efficiently and economically
  • The power of a flexible JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) schema
  • How to deploy hybrid data architectures, protect against downtime and data loss, and overcome skills gaps

This webinar will conclude with a demo of how running the Couchbase Autonomous Operator on Red Hat® OpenShift® improves developer productivity and agility and decreases DevOps total cost of ownership (TCO) with a fully managed stateful database application on one platform.

Live event date: Tuesday,  September  20, 2022 | 11 a.m. EDT

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward

Jehlum Vitasta Pandit

Jehlum Vitasta Pandit

Product Marketing Manager, Cloud Business Unit, Red Hat

Jehlum is a Product Marketing Manager focused on data workloads, operators, and Helm charts for Red Hat OpenShift. She focuses on databases and data analytics to develop value for customers in conjunction with Red Hat’s ecosystem partners. 

David Schexnayder

David Schexnayder

Principal Partner Solutions Architect, Couchbase

David is a Principal Partner Solutions Architect with more than 20 years of industry experience, with a concentration in designing and deploying Linux and open source software (OSS) solutions. He specializes in distributed databases, big data analytics clusters, and high performance computing (HPC) clusters.

Russell Pavlicek

Russell Pavlicek

Senior Specialist Solution Architect, NA Ecosystem Solutions Architects Team, Red Hat

Russell is a Senior Specialist Solution Architect in Red Hat’s Ecosystem Solutions Architects team. He has been with Red Hat for six years and has been active in the open source community for more than 25 years. Russell has a long history of delivering software solutions for government customers. He has authored two books and a couple of hundred articles and has spoken at dozens of open source software conferences. He is a former consultant, tech columnist, software evangelist, and podcast host.

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