Datavail to Present at Special DBTA Roundtable Webinar
Broomfield, Colo. (July 23, 2020) – Datavail, a tech-enabled data management, applications and business intelligence solutions provider, will be presenting a webinar in partnership with DBTA on July 30.
Global Practice Lead & Director, Srinivasa Krishna The Evolution of the DBA: Changes, Challenges and Opportunities on Thursday July 30, 2020 at 11am PT/2pm ET. Krishna will be co-presenting with speakers from Nutanix and InfluxData. Major trends in technology are reshaping the role of the DBA at many organizations. The size and complexity of database systems continues to grow with higher data volumes, more workloads and an increasing rate of database deployments that need to be managed. What’s more, new data types and emerging applications continue to drive the adoption of new types of databases. Heterogeneity rules the day at most IT departments. Altogether, DBAs are under constant pressure in a constantly evolving environment – fighting fires to keep the lights on while navigating the impact of cloud and automation on their daily jobs
Registrants can expect to see how the cloud is shaping the DBAs role and responsibilities along with strategies to tackle these changes and challenges.
Register for the webinar here.
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Datavail is an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner and Microsoft Gold Partner that provides a broad range of services in support of databases, analytics and applications. From managed services and consulting to projects and 24×7 operational support, Datavail has you and your data covered. We’ve helped hundreds of customers migrate their applications and database workloads to the cloud.