How to make your databases hummm..

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Optimize your infrastructure for peak performance

Database performance sets the tone for modern application success.   As applications get more sophisticated, databases get bigger, and infrastructure gets more complex IT decision makers need to ensure consistently high database performance.  

Learn from experts in both database and storage technologies on how to optimize data infrastructure for world-class performance.

3 things you will learn:

1. Fundamentals of a database health check and performance tuning

2. How to diagnose when it is hardware that is limiting your performance

3. Strategies for building data infrastructure for modern cloud-scale applications

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Todd Carrier

Infrastructure Database Administrator, Clearwater Analytics

“Having a single unified dashboard to monitor all of our storage arrays is invaluable for capacity and performance trend analysis. Kaminario Clarity gives us rich analytical insight in an intuitive and coherent manner.”

Eric Burgener

Research Director, IDC

For an increasing number of real-time big data analytics and extremely high performance database environments, NVMe technology is already needed to meet latency, throughput, and/or bandwidth requirements. But Kaminario’s application of this technology to also offer composability with very high speed data mobility is an NVMe use case that is much more broadly applicable to a larger variety of workloads today.

Ben Woo

Principal Analyst, Infrastructure & the Cloud

Kaminario has demonstrated leadership in leveraging NVMe and NVMe over Fabrics. The advancement of the software-defined K2 powered by VisionOS, now with NVMe SSDs, unified NVMe over fabrics, a new orchestration, automation and analytics layer is the Composable Storage of the future. K2.N and Flex will bring the agility of infrastructure-as-a-service environments coupled with extreme performance of shared accelerated storage to private- and hybrid-cloud data centers.”