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Distributed Transactions with CockroachDB on Red Hat OpenShift


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Sponsored by Red hat & cockroachdb

Wednesday, February 12, 2020
1pm EST

The world is moving to the cloud and distributed services, and there needs to be a relational database architected and built for Kubernetes that still delivers a SQL interface. The world needs DistributedSQL.

In this webinar, we’ll walk through DistributedSQL and how it fits with Kubernetes. We’ll also provide real-world examples of how organizations are using this new approach to simplify cloud applications with CockroachDB and Red Hat OpenShift. We’ll walk through:

  • A high-level architecture of a distributed database;
  • How organizations use DistributedSQL;
  • Why and where you should consider DistributedSQL instead of traditional databases and NoSQL;
  • How DistributedSQL fits with microservices and Kubernetes;
  • How DistributedSQL makes your applications portable across clouds (multi-cloud) and between on-prem and clouds (hybrid cloud).
Keith McClellan
Director, Solutions Engineering - CockroachDB
Technology executive with over a decade of experience successfully bringing complex, disruptive technologies into the public and private sectors.
Jim Walker
VP of Product Marketing - CockroachDB
Jim is a recovering developer turned product marketer and has spent his career in emerging tech. He believes product marketing is one of the most strategic functions in early-stage companies and takes pride in helping organizations translate complex concepts into a compelling and effective core narrative and market strategy. The list of startups he has had full-time roles include ServGate, Vontu (purchased by Symantec), Initiate Systems (purchased by IBM), Talend (Nasdaq:TLND), Hortonworks (Nasdaq:HDP-CLDR), EverString, CoreOS (purchased by RedHat/IBM) and his current gig, Cockroach Labs.

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