The future of finance is being shaped by five key trends: ethical AI, quantum computing and encryption, seizing the opportunities of real-time payments, the growth of Latin America, and partnerships for innovation and growth. These trends highlight the industry’s drive towards integrating advanced technology while ensuring security and meeting the evolving demands of global /distributed finance.
A fintech firm is reshaping financial services using its scalable, cloud-native banking platform on YugabyteDB Managed. Opting for Yugabyte’s multi-region deployment, the company avoids cloud vendor lock-in and achieves greater resilience and performance, surpassing traditional databases like AWS Aurora MySQL.
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.
Nikhil Mahawar with Mindgate discusses the challenges this fintech faced with their legacy RDBMS systems and how migrating to YugabyteDB improved scalability, performance, and reliability, enabling them to achieve their growth objectives. He highlights the benefits of YugabyteDB, including low-latency reads, high-throughput writes, automatic sharding, and support for SQL and NoSQL.
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.
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.
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!