Build Modern Apps Faster with Cassandra and Google Cloud Platform


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Sponsored by DATASTAX

Wednesday, April 7, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Companies are accelerating digital transformation efforts by developing rich, responsive applications that leverage massive data. Apache Cassandra™ as the underlying data store is often seen as the perfect fit to making this a reality because it’s highly scalable with 100% uptime.

However, Cassandra is not without its challenges: it’s hard to standup and maintain, hard to create applications for and can be expensive. DataStax Astra, a Cassandra-as-a-Service on Google Cloud Platform can address these challenges head on.

Join us to learn how Astra can help:

  • Create applications faster, with its microservice and API first approach
  • Streamline the CI/CD pipeline with serverless test and dev environments
  • Reduce the administrative burden for operators
  • We will wrap up with live demo of a rich, interactive application built on Astra
Bhavani Rao
Product Marketing - DataStax
Bhavani Rao is a Director of Product Marketing with over 15 years of experience in the tech industry. He has a diverse background, working with customers in DevOps, CI/CD, relational and NoSQL databases. A recent convert to Apache Cassandra, Bhavani is passionate about technology and how it can be leveraged to solve customer problems.

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