A US-based bank revamped its data platform to meet the demands of the digital banking era and the need for real-time customer interactions. Central to their efforts was a unified data platform, capable of handling trillions of reads and writes while ensuring high availability and low latency, catering to diverse query patterns.
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Download “Distributed SQL for Dummies,” the guide that offers a roadmap to superior scalability, security, and flexibility in a cloud-native setting, essential for today’s diverse business scenarios.
This blog highlights six moments that will increase the risk of an ecommerce website crash. Using examples, it illustrates the short- and long-term financial and reputational impact of such crashes, showing how by modernizing the data layer retailers can ensure site resilience, scalability, and consistent high performance and safeguard their share of the growing eCommerce market.
Yugabyte helps Fortune 500 companies modernize their systems of record, which are integral to the web-based interactions of their customers. These systems require accuracy, consistency, and resiliency. Strategies like replication and sharding help maintain high availability in a cloud native world.
In a recent interview, Amit Patel, Principal Architect at Comcast, discussed the challenges of managing global data distribution with legacy databases, and how the company evaluates new technologies like distributed SQL to support modern workloads that align with their business goals and objectives.
Marc Hansen, a systems engineer at Fiserv, recently sat down to discuss his role at this top global fintech and payments company, where he works with both DBaaS and traditional databases. During the conversation, he discussed how cloud technologies, PostgreSQL compatibility, and automation impact how DBAs approach disaster recovery, observability, and database deployment.
Prioritizing Security, Stability, and Client Satisfaction: Insight from Fiserv’s VP and Fellow Architect
Dimitri Farafonov, VP and Fellow Architect at Fiserv, recently sat down to discuss his role at this top global fintech and payments company. During the conversation, he discussed the priorities that guide Fiserv’s database selection process, along with the complexities involved in working to achieve low latency, data consistency, and massive bi-directional scalability, which are critical to Fiserv’s operations.
Jay Duraisamy, the SVP of Technology for Data and Analytics at Fiserv, sat down with us to discuss how Fiserv is unlocking the value of their data and providing new services for both merchants and consumers by bringing together data and analytics on one platform.
As part of our People at Yugabyte series, Christiane Soto, a content marketing manager, shares her story. Continue reading to learn the three reasons why she believes that Yugabyte should be your next place to work, no matter if you are an engineer, a marketing professional, sales, or technical support.
Tom Eck, Sr. Vice President of Digital Transformation at Fiserv, sat down with us to discuss all things application development, including how Fiserv is planning to monetize their data and how application development teams need to modernize to best support cloud native applications.