||Introducing NuoDB Blackbirds: THE Distributed Database
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What is the best DBMS architecture to handle today's and tomorrow's evolving needs? The days of shared disk are over. The times are “a-changin” and IT infrastructure has to change with them.
Join NuoDB live for the introduction of our latest major product release, NuoDB Blackbirds, and take a look at why the NuoDB distributed database architecture is the only answer for customers like Fathom Voice, a leading provider of Voice Over IP (VoIP).
NuoDB CEO, Barry Morris, welcomes Cameron Weeks, CEO of Fathom Voice to discuss how his company is using DBMS to break away from the pack and become the hottest player in VoIP. The webcast will include demonstrations of a single, logical database running in multiple geographies and a live Q&A.
Introduction of NuoDB Blackbirds Release 2.0
Roundtable discussion - Where's DBMS Headed and Why?
Demonstration of NuoDB Blackbirds Release 2.0
Ask the speakers all of your questions about NuoDB, geo-distribution and NuoDB customer, Fathom Voice
Barry Morris, CEO and Co-Founder, NuoDB, Inc.
Barry is an accomplished software CEO with over 25 years of industry experience in the USA and Europe, running private and public companies ranging in scale from early startup phase to 1,000+ employees. He loves to build companies around industry-changing paradigm-shifts in technology. Previous positions include: CEO, Iona Technologies, Ireland’s most successful software company in the Celtic Tiger era. Prior to that Barry was CEO and Chairman of StreamBase Systems; his early career included technical, management and business development roles in London-based companies PROTEK and Metrica, and Lotus Development and DEC in Ireland.
Cameron Weeks, CEO and Co-Founder, Fathom Voice
Cameron Weeks is the CEO and co-founder of Fathom Voice, a Software-as-a-Service company that helps businesses communicate and connect better with their customers.
Weeks grew up in Lapel, Indiana. He co-founded Fathom Voice in his dorm room at Purdue University in 2007 as Weeks Communications with his roommate and lifelong friend Bracken Fields. In 2010, they took on the name of Fathom Voice. Fathom Voice is located in the heart of Indianapolis, Ind. and is expanding on an international scale.
At Fathom, Weeks is in charge of developing product strategies along with providing the overall direction for the company. He has had a hand in creating and advancing all of the company’s products, from its voice platform, Fathom Voice, to its software, Go.FathomVoice, to apps like online SMS and Analytics.
Weeks also spends his time giving back, regularly volunteering with youth and higher education groups and mentoring them on developing an entrepreneurial spirit."
Seth Proctor, Chief Technology Officer, NuoDB
Seth has nearly 20 years of experience, focusing on distributed computing, networking, security and other fun systems problems. Before NuoDB Seth worked for Nokia, and before that Sun Microsystems, tackling large-scale systems and understanding not just how to make technology scale, but to do it in such a way that users can scale with it.