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Best Strategies for your Journey to Cloud and Hybrid-cloud

Join this live panel discussion with thought leaders at AWS re:Invent 2018 for coverage of strategic best practices for those moving to cloud/hybrid-cloud environments for their real-time applications.

Tune into this interactive Q&A session with cloud-native application and database experts while they discuss the following:

- New container capabilities and running containerized apps
- How to reduce operational complexity and implement key features such as service discovery, distributed data management, and monitoring using containers
- New capabilities for running complex distributed database as a containerized application
- How to successfully run entire application stack on containers in production i.e. run and manage both stateless and stateful applications
- How to solve database silos challenge while moving to Microservices architecture
- How to reduce operational complexity and implement key features such as automated deployment, recovery, upgrade, and monitoring

Also learn how containerization will be affecting the future of the technology industries in areas such as high operational costs, vendor lock-in, and reducing time to market.

This live panel will be streamed directly from AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas! Join us for live Q&A from the comfort of your desk.

Moderator:
David Ginsburg, VP Marketing, Cavirin

Panelists:
Ravi Mayuram, SVP Engineering & CTO, Couchbase
Anil Kumar, Director of Product Management, Couchbase
Ryan King, Global Director of ISV Partner Strategy, RedHat
Recorded Nov 28 2018 45 mins
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  • Delivering Personalized, Responsive Experiences that Customers Crave Recorded: Apr 21 2020 60 mins
    Tyler Mitchell, Senior Product Manager, Couchbase
    "The applications that today’s enterprises are building require flexibility, performance and scalability, and agnostic deployment options to meet the demands of business, employee, and customer. If you’re an architect or developer, you know building a great-looking app is just the beginning.

    Liberating data fast and at scale is what allows you to deliver a seamless application experience every time – regardless of device, location, or time. But traditional relational databases weren’t built to meet the quickly changing requirements of modern web, mobile, and IoT apps, to deliver personalized and responsive digital experiences.

    What’s the answer? A NoSQL datastore may help achieve these goals – but there are several factors to consider. Not all NoSQL engines are built on the same principles, so what do people need to know when evaluating NoSQL options?

    In this webinar, we’ll share real-world lessons learned from customers, and practical advice and best practices for defining, choosing and then moving applications from a traditional RDBMS to NoSQL including:

    How application needs are evolving in the world of digital
    When to consider NoSQL vs a traditional RDBMS -Pros and cons of different NoSQL architectures
    When to use a document-centric option like Couchbase
    How to bridge the gap between NoSQL and SQL
    If you are facing the data infrastructure bottlenecks caused by traditional database architectures, or you are just getting started and want learn from what others are doing, join us to learn about moving beyond SQL.
  • Trends in Next-Generation Data Management Recorded: Apr 21 2020 64 mins
    Perry Krug, Noel Yuhanna
    Is your business struggling to keep up with the expectation economy driven by digital leaders like Google, Amazon, and Uber? Consumer expectations force those businesses to innovate faster. These innovations drive expectations even higher. And the cycle continues.

    In this webinar, guest speaker Noel Yuhanna of Forrester will join Perry Krug of Couchbase to explore:

    How consumer expectations are driving organizations across all industries to innovate or be left behind
    How cloud and containers, the explosion of unstructured data, and advances in AI are changing the way those expectations are met
    How forward-thinking businesses are using these new technologies to transform customer and employee experiences today and into the future
    You’ll learn how next-gen data management technology can help you meet ever-higher user expectations with personalized experiences that are mobile, always on, secure, and private.
  • Mainframe and Beyond: High Performance Caching for Distributed Applications Recorded: Apr 21 2020 60 mins
    Steve Yen, Co-founder, Couchbase
    Caching has become a mission-critical strategy to boost performance and efficiency for modern applications that support millions of users in distributed environments. But, with caching comes the challenge of keeping data in multiple places while maintaining a single source of truth and a system of record.
    Join this live webinar to learn how leading enterprises are using Couchbase as their single solution for a high-performance caching layer, flexible source of truth, and reliable system of record. We’ll cover:

    • The top use cases for modern distributed caching
    • Key strategies for efficient and highly available cross datacenter caching
    • How Couchbase consolidates the caching and database layers into one

    You’ll discover why top companies choose Couchbase over Oracle, MongoDB™, and Redis. And you’ll get practical tips to dramatically improve application performance and availability while reducing cost and complexity.
  • Breaking Bad with BT TV - Changing the rules for a better customer experience Recorded: Apr 21 2020 23 mins
    Jay Singh, Principal Solution Architect, BT TV
    Innovation is often at risk due to expensive legacy all-you-can-eat ULA’s. Learn how Architects at BT TV convinced stakeholders in development, infrastructure and operations to build an award winning customer experience platform using Couchbase NoSQL instead of using legacy Relational Database.
  • Paddy Power - Real-time Personalised customer interaction at scale Recorded: Apr 21 2020 40 mins
    Perry Krug, Chris Bridgland, Couchbase | Alexandru Objelean, Rares Rusu, Paddy Power BetFair
    How do you build a customer interaction platform that is agile enough to respond to constantly changing requirements and still able to perform at scale? This is the challenge the Customer Interaction team set out to solve at Paddy Power.

    You will learn how they rebuilt their promotional platform moving from one based on a closed slow relational database to a high-performance agile platform that integrates promotions from 3rd parties. You will see how this transformation has enabled marketing to continuously innovate and apply timely, relevant personalised offers to hundreds of thousands of customers across two brands, even during massive spikes in traffic.

    Moderator:
    - Perry Krug, Customer Engagement Architect; Couchbase

    Panelists:
    - Alexandru Objelean, Principal Software Engineer, Paddy Power BetFair
    - Rares Rusu, Principal Developer; Paddy Power BetFair
    - Chris Bridgland, Senior Director, Solutions Engineering EMEA & APJ, Couchbase
  • How Revolut built a Fully Autonomous Card Fraud Detection System in Under a Year Recorded: Apr 21 2020 30 mins
    Dimitri Lihhatsov, Data Scientist, Revolut
    In 2016, inspired by the opportunities that AI would open up, Dmitri started studying this branch of Computer Science and eventually joined Revolut - a global FinTech startup - to fight fraud using the newly acquired knowledge. In just under a year, Dmitri built Sherlock - a machine-learning-based fraud detective that continuously monitors the transactions of over 8 million Revolut users and protects them from having their money stolen by fraudsters
  • How to use a NoSQL Database for Operational Query, Full-Text Search & Analytics Recorded: Apr 7 2020 56 mins
    Binh Le, Principal Product Manager
    The adoption of NoSQL databases is on the rise, and enterprises are looking for more ways to use flexible and scalable NoSQL technology to build or modernize their business-critical applications. But how do you know if a NoSQL database can meet your requirements?

    In this webinar we’ll answer key questions such as:

    What are the user expectations of modern applications?
    What enterprise database features do leading NoSQL databases offer?
    Why are NoSQL database vendors still emulating the SQL language?
    How do you transform your RDBMS data model to maximize the benefits of NoSQL?
    How can a single database platform meet your varied requirements for operational query, full-text search, and analytics?
    By the end of the hour, you’ll be familiar with the key evaluation criteria necessary to choose the best NoSQL database for your applications.
  • 10 Minutes to Awesome – Deploy NoSQL on your Preferred Cloud Recorded: Mar 31 2020 46 mins
    Shomari Liburd
    How do you use your own cloud to deploy Couchbase? How can you use the scale of NoSQL with the power of SQL? What if you need to deploy on Amazon or Azure or GCP?

    In this webinar we’ll show you:

    How: You can deploy Couchbase clusters in under 10 minutes using AWS CloudFormation, Azure Resource Manager, and Google Deployment Manager
    Where: Couchbase collaborates with Amazon, Microsoft, and Google to create a first-class environment for developers
    Who: Companies like Ryanair, SyncThink, and Seenit use Couchbase in the cloud to create seamless customer experiences
    By the end of the webinar, you’ll be ready to deploy your own Couchbase cluster on the cloud of your choice.
  • Why Evolving Data Trends Demand Highly Available Edge Database Deployments Recorded: Mar 24 2020 63 mins
    Priya Rajagopal, Principal Product Manager | Wayne Carter, Chief Architect Mobile | James Curtis, 451 Research
    As modern business becomes more data driven, we’re seeing significant changes in how enterprises value data, where and how they use it, and where they keep it. In this webinar, 451 Research will share their insights on key data trends, including how data is growing and how perceptions about data are evolving. They’ll explain how new database platform technologies are adapting to these changes, and the best way to use these technologies in your business applications.

    Couchbase will then discuss how edge database deployments can enable much higher availability for your edge applications than the cloud ever can. We’ll cover:

    The evolution of “the edge”
    Why businesses value high availability, and how edge plays an integral role in guaranteeing it
    Examples of different edge database deployment models
    How Couchbase’s industry-leading NoSQL technology supports edge deployment models
  • Couchbase vs. DynamoDB™: Better Performance and Flexibility at Lower Cost Recorded: Mar 19 2020 58 mins
    Perry Krug, Principal Solutions Architect
    While DynamoDB may seem like a convenient choice for AWS customers, it comes with many pitfalls. Setups can run into performance issues and ballooning costs as workloads scale up. You’ll face problems when you need data available in real time. DynamoDB’s proprietary query language means you have to retrain programmers and DBAs. And because DynamoDB runs only on the AWS platform, it’s difficult to move to a different cloud provider.

    Join this webinar to learn how Couchbase can help you:

    Easily run on almost any cloud - including AWS
    Avoid DynamoDB’s item-size restrictions
    Speed up performance with in-memory processing and built-in caching
    Use your team’s existing SQL skills for writing complex queries
    Cut license and support costs by up to 50% compared to DynamoDB
  • Trends in Next-Generation Data Management Recorded: Mar 11 2020 64 mins
    Perry Krug, Principle Architect, Couchbase | Noel Yuhanna, Principal Analyst, Forrester
    Is your business struggling to keep up with the expectation economy driven by digital leaders like Google, Amazon, and Uber? Consumer expectations force those businesses to innovate faster. These innovations drive expectations even higher. And the cycle continues.

    In this webinar, guest speaker Noel Yuhanna of Forrester will join Perry Krug of Couchbase to explore:

    How consumer expectations are driving organizations across all industries to innovate or be left behind
    How cloud and containers, the explosion of unstructured data, and advances in AI are changing the way those expectations are met
    How forward-thinking businesses are using these new technologies to transform customer and employee experiences today and into the future
    You’ll learn how next-gen data management technology can help you meet ever-higher user expectations with personalized experiences that are mobile, always on, secure, and private.
  • Modernize Data Workloads Using Cloud-Native Technologies Recorded: Mar 4 2020 62 mins
    Anil Kumar, Director of Product Management
    As enterprises accelerate their investment in cloud-native infrastructure, modernizing applications has become an important part of their cloud strategy. But what about the data these applications depend on? Data workloads represent some of the most monolithic components of core systems of record, and taking advantage of cloud-native concepts isn't simple.

    In this webinar, guest Forrester Vice President and Principal Analyst Jeffrey Hammond will discuss what’s driving the adoption of cloud-native software, the challenges that come with it, and why the containerization of stateful applications will soon go mainstream.

    Couchbase Director of Product Management Anil Kumar will also explore:

    How Kubernetes can enable portability of both applications and databases across on-premises environments, private clouds, public clouds, and multicloud implementations
    How Couchbase Autonomous Operator allows you to run a fully managed stateful database application next to other microservices applications, all on the same Kubernetes platform
    How Couchbase on Kubernetes can reduce operational complexity up to 95%
  • Running Production Workloads on a Containerized Database Recorded: Feb 25 2020 58 mins
    Anil Kumar, Director of Product Management, Couchbase | Jay Lyman, Principal Analyst, 451 Research
    With enterprise IT teams in full digital transformation mode, containerization is seeing widespread interest, and Kubernetes has become the de facto industry standard for container orchestration. Kubernetes has also emerged as a critical tool for enterprise DevOps teams, and as a distributed application framework, is well timed to complement increased hybrid and multicloud deployments. While the ability to run applications in the cloud using containers with Kubernetes has made everyone’s jobs easier, this evolving technology doesn’t come without some stumbling blocks, such as running a complex distributed database as a containerized application.



    Join 451 Research and Couchbase for a discussion of the key trends behind the adoption of containers and Kubernetes. You’ll learn:

    What’s driving the adoption of cloud-native software, and the challenges that come with it
    Why the containerization of stateful applications will soon go mainstream
    How Kubernetes can enable portability of both applications and databases across on-premises environments, private clouds, public clouds, and multicloud implementations
    How Couchbase Autonomous Operator allows you to run a fully managed stateful database application next to other microservices applications, all on the same Kubernetes platform
    How Couchbase on Kubernetes can reduce operational complexity up to 95%
  • Autonomous Microservices: How to Build a Highly Robust and Scalable Architecture Recorded: Dec 11 2019 43 mins
    Matthew Groves, Developer Advocate, Couchbase
    Everybody loves microservices for their flexibility and efficiency – but as distributed systems, they can be extremely complex to develop and maintain. If you miss the simplicity of old monolith systems, this webinar is for you.

    In this presentation, we’ll propose a combination of infrastructure, architecture, and design principles to make your microservices bulletproof and easy to maintain. We’ll cover:

    -Specific microservices blueprints, including asynchronous communications
    -How to achieve a combination of high scalability, elasticity, fault tolerance, and resilience
    -How to avoid cascading failures in synchronous calls

    You’ll also learn why you should use different storages for different use cases – for example, document databases to speed up your performance, RDBMS for transactions, graphs for recommendations, and so on.
  • Ask the Expert: NoSQL Cloud Databases Recorded: Dec 3 2019 24 mins
    Matt Ingenthron, Senior Director Engineering, Couchbase | Sarbjeet Johal, Cloud Consultant
    Join this live session from AWS re:Invent, where we discuss all things NoSQL database with Matt Ingenthron, Senior Director Engineering at Couchbase.

    Covering the impact of containers and Kubernetes, cloud-native, IoT and the Edge, this is your chance to ask Couchbase any critical questions you have about the developer ecosystem and the database.
  • Amazon EKS and Couchbase: Production-ready Kubernetes Platform Recorded: Dec 3 2019 50 mins
    Chris Pedigo, Lacework | Matt Ingenthron, Couchbase | Scott Anderson, Couchbase | Pravin Darbare, Yapstone
    Join this strategic panel discussion with thought leaders from Yapstone and Couchbase during AWS re:Invent 2019. Experts will be discussing best practices for running Kubernetes on AWS and automating the management of common tasks for managing your database clusters.

    You’ll have the chance to participate in a live Q&A as you learn:
    - How you can easily run Kubernetes on AWS using Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
    - How Yapstone and Couchbase are working together to optimize native integration of Couchbase’s NoSQL database with Kubernetes on the Amazon cloud
    - How Couchbase Autonomous Operator automates the management of common tasks such as the configuration, creation, scaling, and recovery of clusters
    - How you can easily migrate any standard Kubernetes application to Amazon EKS
    - How to remove friction from application development and deployment so you can release updates much faster in the cloud or on premises
    - How to run and manage an entire application stack – both stateless and stateful applications – on containers in production

    This panel will be live streamed alongside AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas. Join in from anywhere and ask us your questions!

    Moderator:
    Chris Pedigo, Director of Security Engineering, Lacework

    Panelists:
    Matt Ingenthron, Senior Director Engineering, Couchbase
    Scott Anderson, SVP Product Management, Business Operations, Couchbase
    Pravin Darbare, Director, Data Systems, Yapstone
  • Next generation architectures that unlock the power of your data Recorded: Nov 14 2019 25 mins
    Mohammed Haji, Principal Solutions Engineer, Couchbase
    MicroServices, CI/CD, containers and the Cloud are presenting new ways to manage distributed data. This unleashes a cornucopia of opportunities to gain deeper insight into understanding your customers and being able to upsell and cross sell. In this session we will discuss some of these approaches and use real customer examples to demonstrate the art of the possible.
  • Real-time Personalised customer interaction at scale Recorded: Nov 13 2019 41 mins
    Perry Krug, Chris Bridgland, Couchbase | Alexandru Objelean, Rares Rusu, Paddy Power BetFair
    How do you build a customer interaction platform that is agile enough to respond to constantly changing requirements and still able to perform at scale? This is the challenge the Customer Interaction team set out to solve at Paddy Power.

    You will learn how they rebuilt their promotional platform moving from one based on a closed slow relational database to a high-performance agile platform that integrates promotions from 3rd parties. You will see how this transformation has enabled marketing to continuously innovate and apply timely, relevant personalised offers to hundreds of thousands of customers across two brands, even during massive spikes in traffic.

    Moderator:
    - Perry Krug, Customer Engagement Architect; Couchbase

    Panelists:
    - Alexandru Objelean, Principal Software Engineer, Paddy Power BetFair
    - Rares Rusu, Principal Developer; Paddy Power BetFair
    - Chris Bridgland, Senior Director, Solutions Engineering EMEA & APJ, Couchbase
  • Edge Computing: Optimize With Advanced Local Storage, Sync, and Query Recorded: Jun 6 2019 59 mins
    Priya Rajagopal | Principal Product Manager, Mobile | Couchbase
    Edge computing is a new paradigm in computing where data is collected and processed closer to its source instead of communicating everything back to the cloud. The edge computing model facilitates faster response times, reduces network bandwidth usage, and enables applications to function in disconnected environments.

    In this webinar we’ll discuss the functional and operational requirements of edge computing from a data storage perspective. Then we’ll walk you through Couchbase Mobile’s:

    -Local storage capabilities and API
    -Advanced delta sync capabilities and peer-to-peer sync
    -Predictive Query API for smarter applications at the edge
    -End-to-end security from cloud to edge

    You’ll learn why our architecture is ideally suited for edge applications. And our customer BD will share how they’re using Couchbase to power a mobile app that logs real-time patient data and provides customized feedback.
  • Four steps to enabling real-time insight in a data-driven world Recorded: Mar 13 2019 58 mins
    Sachin Smotra | Director of Product Management at Couchbase & Matt Aslett | 451 Research Vice President
    Today’s businesses must operate in the moment in order to maintain a competitive advantage. To do this, they need rapid time to insight, but how ready are businesses to deliver on the promise of real-time operational analytics?

    -Provisioning data in legacy data architectures can take weeks, or even months.
    -The skills required to modernize don’t exist within a traditional IT department.
    -Building business cases for modernization can be challenging without a fast and direct return on investment.
    -A lack of operational dashboarding limits insight due to the complexity of custom reporting.

    To combat these hurdles, you are invited to hear from two experts in the field of operational analytics. Referencing firsthand research and reports, Matt Aslett from 451 Research will discuss the current trends in operational analytics and how they relate to the emergence of hybrid operational and analytic processing (HOAP) databases.

    Matt will also present the four steps organizations must take in order to prepare for real-time insight, and take a peek into the future of what this means for the companies that will succeed, and for those that won’t. Sachin Smotra, Director of Product Management at Couchbase, will then explain how operational analytics can be achieved without the heavy lifting of data lakes, data warehouses, and complex ETL processes.
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Unlike other NoSQL databases, Couchbase provides an enterprise-class, multicloud to edge database that offers the robust capabilities required for business-critical applications on a highly scalable and available platform. As a distributed cloud-native database, Couchbase runs in modern dynamic environments and on any cloud, either customer-managed or fully managed as-a-service. Couchbase is built on open standards, combining the best of NoSQL with the power and familiarity of SQL, to simplify the transition from mainframe and relational databases.

Couchbase has become pervasive in our everyday lives; our customers include industry leaders Amadeus, American Express, Carrefour, Cisco, Comcast/Sky, Disney, eBay, LinkedIn, Marriott, Tesco, Tommy Hilfiger, United, Verizon, as well as hundreds of other household names. For more information, visit www.couchbase.com.

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