Lessons Learned from Real-World Examples
Scaling distributed databases successfully today involves a myriad of challenges, from physical distribution of your data across on-premises locations, public cloud vendors, geographies and political entities, to adopting technologies to overcome fundamental operational bottlenecks. Join ScyllaDB experts for an informal chat about how to navigate both technical ecosystem and database architectural challenges. We’ll be sharing practical tips and lessons learned from a variety of real-world scenarios that involve databases such as ScyllaDB, PostgreSQL, Cassandra, Bigtable and DynamoDB.
- Your options when you believe you’re approaching a scaling plateau
- The pros, cons and hidden pitfalls of common approaches to scaling
- Examples of how ScyllaDB NoSQL has been used to tackle common scaling challenges
Director of Customer Success and TAM
Tomer Sandler is ScyllaDB's Directo of Customer Success. From assisting customers with their initial production deployments to troubleshooting their toughest real-time technical issues, Tomer has both a deep understanding of and broad visibility into distributed database systems operations in real-world environments. Before ScyllaDB, Tomer's career also included stints at Dell, VERINT and EMC.
Director of Technical Advocacy at ScyllaDB
Peter Corless is the Director of Technical Advocacy at ScyllaDB. He listens to users’ stories and discovers wisdom in each to share with other practitioners in the industry at large, whether through blogs or in technical presentations. He occasionally hosts live industry events from webinars to online conferences.