How geographically distributed architectures involving cloud, open source, and NoSQL help global organizations keep data moving and synced at scale.
Organizations that operate worldwide typically need to manage data both locally and globally. Local business units and subsidiaries must address region-specific data and accounting standards, regulations, customer requirements, and market drivers. At the same time, corporate headquarters must share data broadly and maintain a complete view of performance for the entire enterprise.
For many global firms, data is the business. They need state-of-the-art data management just to remain innovative and competitive. Hence, multinational businesses face a long list of new business and technical requirements for modern data management.
In this TDWI webinar we’ll discuss key topics in global data management, including:
Shomari Liburd is a Cloud Architect at Couchbase who lives in Seattle WA. He has two decades of experience in Developer and Consultant roles. His current passion is all things cloud and he strives to learn something new about cloud every day.
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