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Discover How Volvo Cars Uses a Time Series Database to Become Data-Driven


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Sponsored by influxdata

Wednesday, September 9, 2020
1 pm EDT

Volvo Cars uses InfluxDB to improve operations by empowering its developers. Self-service monitoring tools have enabled the company’s teams to become more agile and collaborative while ultimately improving product development lifecycle and incident management. Join this webinar to learn how Volvo Cars uses a time series database to become data-driven and accelerate innovation.

In this webinar, Maksim Puzykov of Volvo Cars will dive into:

  • The history of monitoring at Volvo Cars
  • InfluxDB’s impact on their operations
  • How to enable DevOps organization with more efficient toolset
Maksim Puzyrkov
DevOps Engineer - Volvo Cars
Maksim has almost 20 years of experience in the IT field. During his career, he worked with a broad range of technologies. Now his professional interests lie within Enterprise Management and Monitoring solutions. Maksim works as an Engineer at Volvo with the DevOps Enablement product; the team adopts an agile way of working. He was responsible for the development of Volvo’s monitoring approach over the years and contributed to a number of transformations and platform changes based on growing company needs. Recently, Maksim has been working with integration of InfluxDB and other solutions in the monitoring platform.

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