Database Freedom with AWS
January 29 @ 14:00:00 - 15:00:00
- Date & Time: Fri, 29 January 2020 14:00 – 15:00 (SGT)
- Location: Webinar
Intended Audience: CEOs, CTOs, COOs, IT Managers, IT Directors, IT Supervisors, IT Administrators
The rapid growth of data, not just in volume and velocity, but also in variety, complexity, and interconnectedness have caused the everchanging needs of databases. This is even more so crucial with the increased digitalization and virtualization via ecommerce, digital payments and shared economies amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The “one-size-fits-all” approach of using a relational database for everything no longer works. But with purpose-built databases, it allows you to meet your application’s unique requirements for functionality, performance, and scale.
Join us as we share with you tips and tricks on your first steps to the cloud, immerse yourself into the era of purpose-built databases. Learn the different types of databases to use for specific workloads and find out how you can ensure a smooth transition into this new era of innovation, performance, and business success. During this session, we are glad to share with you some of the successful case studies we have done so far for our customers. Stay tuned to the end as we announce a newly released program for purpose-built database prepared by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and eCloudvalley.
This program launch will be covering
- Challenges of using different types of databases and ways to identify the perfect fit for specific workloads
- eCloudvalley’s purpose-built database solutions
- Use case sharing for a variety of industries
- Best practices on setting and utilizing Amazon RDS
|14:00 – 14:10||eCloudvalley Introduction|
|14:10 – 14:20||Guidance for Successful Migration|
|14:20 – 14:45||Database Migration Journey
|14:45 – 14:55||Program Launch Introduction (Database Freedom)|
|14:55 – 15:00||Live Q&A|
Senior Solutions Architect
Ken Lam is currently a Senior Solutions Architect in eCloudvalley, whom have a wealth of experience in AWS, open-source technology and DevOps. He has also orchestrated and participated in more than 50 migration projects over the past few years.