4 Tips for Processing Real-Time Data in Your Data Center

Real-time data volumes are exploding. Thanks in part to an increase in the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, real-time data processing will be five times greater in 2025 than it was in 2020. Companies rely on this processing for a wide variety of use cases, including fraud prevention, recommendation engines, financial transactions, identity management, and much more.

This explosion in processing is leading to some significant changes: costs are increasing dramatically--whether the data resides in the public cloud or in enterprises' own data centers, some data cannot reside in the public cloud and managing the server farms needed for this explosion is difficult, and customers need to transform data into revenue and to do so more quickly than their competitors.

In this webinar, learn the four tips that can help enterprises build a scalable, cost-effective environment for processing real-time data in their own data centers.

On Demand
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll:

  • Discover the reality of real-time data processing as it exists today
  • Understand the importance of shaping your enterprise's approach around the changing factors in real-time data processing
  • Learn how you can adapt to the changing landscape of rising demand, increasing costs, and the mounting scale of the public cloud and data centers
  • Know the first, best steps to become a proactive leader in real-time data processing--not a follower.

Featured Speakers

  • John Holleran
    John Holleran
    Solutions Architect
    Dell Technologies

    John Holleran works as Business Development Manager and Solution Architect for the OEM Solutions group at Dell Technologies. In this role, his focus is to help his customers innovate faster, build bolder more secure solutions, and deliver their products to the market faster and with global consistency.

  • Kevin Keller
    Kevin Keller
    Channel Partner Solutions Director

    Kevin Keller leads Channel Partner Solutions at Aerospike, a real-time data platform designed for organizations to build applications that fight fraud, enable global digital payments, deliver hyper-personalized user experiences, and other real-time data requirements from the edge to the core of data centers. With over 20 years of experience with traditional IT, cloud, and telecom technologies, Kevin is passionate about enabling businesses to modernize their IT platforms and operations to generate positive business outcomes.

  • Michael Krieger
    Michael Krieger

    Michael has been involved in various disciplines in the information technology field for more than 25 years. His background and experience in product development, marketing and sales give him a unique perspective on how and why companies succeed in the technology marketplace. He has served as a senior VP for marketing at FutureLink, a large ASP based in Southern California. Before that he was VP of marketing for Hitachi Data Systems’ server product line, and also was a senior product manager for AST Research's server and data communications product lines. His entrepreneurial experience includes founding Solution Business Systems, a developer of manufacturing software for IBM midrange systems. He was also VP of product development at Techland Systems, one of the industry's first creators of micro-to-mainframe emulators.

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