Lightbits Labs Discusses Cloud Native Databases, Edge Storage in Upcoming Webinars
Participants will gain insights on what cloud native means for storage, and learn the latest approaches for using edge data
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SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Lightbits Labs’ Vice President of Product Marketing Josh Goldenhar will host a cloud-native databases webinar this month and will participate in a G2M Research panel discussion on edge computing in September.
“Cloud Native Databases Meet Cloud Native Storage”
Aug. 18, 2020 at 2 pm ET (11 am PT); 30 minutes
This Lightbits webinar will teach participants how as cloud-native databases proliferate, they can scale efficiently to improve agility and competitiveness. The presentation includes how to juggle the requirements of cloud native databases with the limitations of local flash storage, and practices for infrastructure teams to improve performance, increase reliability, and lower costs.
“Edge Computing/Storage – Get (and Keep) Your Data Off My Cloud”
Sept. 15, 2020 at noon ET (9 am PT); 60 minutes
With so much data collected and generated at the edge, shipping to data centers or the cloud for analysis is rarely an option, while analyzing it in place is difficult. In this G2M Research webinar, participants including Lightbits’ Josh Goldenhar, will discuss challenges faced by users of edge computing and storage and the latest approaches to best utilize edge data.
Register for “Cloud Native Databases Meets Cloud Native Storage,” Aug. 18, 2020 at 2 pm ET
Register for “Edge Computing/Storage – Get (and Keep) Your Data Off My Cloud,” Sept. 15, 2020 noon ET
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About Lightbits Labs™
Lightbits Labs, founded in 2016, is a software-defined storage company that brings hyperscale efficiency and flexibility to everyone. Lightbits’ solution delivers composable, disaggregated block storage that performs like local flash. The company pioneered NVMe/TCP so the solution is easy to deploy at scale, while delivering performance that from applications’ perspective is indistinguishable from local flash. Lightbits Labs is backed by strategic investors including Dell Technologies Capital, Cisco Investments and Micron, as well as top investors and VCs including Avigdor Willenz, Lip-Bu Tan, Marius Nacht, SquarePeg Capital, and WRVI Capital.