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  • Big Data Rivers: The Power of Data in Motion
    Big Data Rivers: The Power of Data in Motion Sumeet Puri, senior vice president and global head of systems engineering at Solace. Recorded: Apr 18 2017 60 mins
    Data in motion holds unique insights not found in data at rest. That’s why there is increasing importance on data rivers, ways to deliver the value of big data while in motion. But like any river, the big data river is made up of multiple feeds, coming from multiple sources. A true data river needs to support open protocols, multi- and hybrid environments from cloud to datacenter and handle conditions from drought to flood seamlessly.

    During this webinar, Sumeet Puri will discuss data rivers, lambda architectures, how event-driven architectures flow into data lakes and how microservices enable and are enabled by data rivers. He will illustrate the value and limitations associated with these technologies standards through case studies that draw upon his experience working with customers in the financial services, manufacturing, telecom and transportation sectors.

    Sumeet Puri is senior vice president and global head of systems engineering at Solace. His expertise includes architecting large-scale enterprise systems in various domains, such as banking, telecommunications, and more recently in spaces related to IoT, big data, mobility, and analytics. Sumeet’s experience encompasses architecting, program managing, designing and developing complex IT systems from portals to middleware to real-time CEP, BPM and analytics.
  • Going Global with In-Memory Data
    Going Global with In-Memory Data Viktor Gamov, Senior Solution Architect Hazelcast, Michael Hilmen,Solutions Architect, Solace Recorded: Feb 28 2017 49 mins
    Solace, the leading provider of open data movement technology, combines with Hazelcast, the fastest in-memory data grid, to accelerate the processing of global data workloads. Solace integrates with Hazelcast to provide a distributed publish/subscribe backbone that enables remarkably fast, efficient cluster synchronization across WANs.
    This joint solution enables multi-cloud and hybrid cloud replication of Hazelcast clusters for worldwide operation with enterprise grade reliability, massive WAN scale-out and low latency cluster replication.
    In this webinar, Michael and Viktor are going to describe some example applications of this solution such as financial institutions that synchronize real-time position books and mobile carriers that use in-memory operational data to provide a fast and seamless end user experience.

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