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Building an Elastic, Resilient Data Layer to Power New Retail Experiences


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Sponsored by Yugabyte  Yugabyte-removebg-preview


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How can retail organizations effectively address intense competition and unprecedented market changes? A data model-first approach to application modernization is the answer, giving these organizations a solid foundation to deliver better customer experiences, boost profitability and increase responsiveness.

In this webinar, Yugabyte solution architects will share lessons learned from working with innovative retail and retail tech organizations including Kroger, Narvar, Justuno and a top-five global retailer. We will cover the data principles and reference architectures behind mission-critical transactional workloads such as the product catalog, inventory management and order management systems.

You will leave with an understanding of:

  • Why a data model-first approach is fundamental to long-term innovation
  • The hidden trade-offs in using a legacy database to address cloud-native applications
  • How to deliver resilience, scale and geo-distribution to modern apps with distributed SQL databases
Michael Haag
Director, Product Marketing, Yugabyte
Product Marketing, Yugabyte
Product Marketing, Yugabyte
Product Marketing, Yugabyte
Amey Banarse
Vice President, Data Engineering, Yugabyte
Vice President, Data Engineering, Yugabyte
Vice President, Data Engineering, Yugabyte
Vice President, Data Engineering, Yugabyte

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