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.
Lokesh Duseja, Director of Digital Engineering and Architecture at Bed Bath and Beyond sat down with us to chat about their database modernization journey. Topics covered included why distributed SQL made sense, how they evaluated various vendors and tested YugabyteDB, and some of the big “aha” moments they had during this process.
Guy Chiarello, COO at Fiserv, sat down with us to discuss a variety of topics, including innovation in fintech and the entire financial services sector, the trends he’s keeping an eye on, changes he thinks are coming, and why now is the time for another transactional database.
Recently, Saul Van Beurden, Head of Technology at Wells Fargo, sat down with Yugabyte CEO Bill Cook to discuss the bank’s modernization, innovation, and digital transformation initiatives. Saul shared his experience, insights, and advice on how any IT leader can drive change—from the technology stack to security, from the importance of building skills to making elephants run, and even a conversation around blueberry muffins!
At the recent Distributed SQL Summit, Nathaniel Drehmel, Principal Engineer, Database Strategy and Innovation at Wells Fargo discussed the company’s path to distributed SQL, including their top data requirements and why they chose a distributed SQL database. This blog provides chat highlights with links to watch the entire conversation.
At the recent Distributed SQL Summit, David Loomis, Managing Director of Infrastructure, Operations, and Cloud Platforms at Charles Schwab shared his experience with directing the company’s application and database modernization strategy. This blog provides highlights of that chat with links to watch the entire conversation.
The following text is an excerpt from the new ebook, New Retail Era: 5 Way to Grow with a Modern Data Layer
“Be Prepared.” The Boy Scouts of America’s motto seems more relevant today than ever before. The past few years have taught us that the world can change rapidly. Preparing for the digital future, whether from planned innovations or unexpected scenarios, is a top priority for retail IT executives.
In this blog post, we’ll explore how Kroger is making the right digital transformation investments using a modern data layer to power a flexible growth engine for their business.
On the heels of an incredibly difficult 2020, my fellow Texans and I had the misfortune of experiencing a once-in-a-lifetime snowstorm. To be true, at the time, it felt like much more than a snowstorm. It wasn’t just snowfall in Texas. It was a snow-pocalypse.
However, once the storm settled, I explored how the rest of Texas had fared. I discovered some of the companies who run applications in production on YugabyteDB were also affected.
At a recent Distributed SQL Summit, Sriram Samu, VP of Customer Technology at Kroger, discussed how his company’s data architecture unlocks digital and omnichannel experiences at scale. He provided a rare glimpse into how the business is bringing its data models into a new format. This format is easy to serve at speed, while still being able to integrate with legacy systems.