Scaling a Distributed Architecture & Real-time Data for an Evolving Business

Hosted by Louisville Data Technology Group

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Waterfront Plaza

321 W Main St · Louisville, KY

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East Plaza Building - 10th Floor - Dr. Zhivago Room

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Come join us for a lunchtime meal (courtesy of or friends at TEKsystems), when our fellow PASS volunteer, Deana Ritter of Schneider Electric, will be sharing a case study of where she designed a solution for delivering fresh data to business end-users and achieved greater manageability of data flows. Schneider Electric is a global specialist in energy management and automation and her business model is built around making fast energy management and automation decisions.

Deana found that their replication solutions were no longer serving the growing needs of the company and needed to find a better way to deliver data.

She will share her journey in finding a replication solution that could handle growing data volumes, horizontal scaling, and provide Schneider’s growing number of customers fast, accurate data at their fingertips. Deana will discuss challenges uncovered along the way, and how she found a solution that could satisfy multiple requirements that not only pleased stakeholders, but is flexible and scalable for Schneider Electric’s long term needs.

Attendees will learn:
• Why a distributed architecture is recommended for complex environments
• What to consider in a data replication solution
• How log-based CDC enables efficiencies in pushing data

Audience: DBA, Architect, BI/Analytics Practitioner
Technology Focus: Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing
Speaker: Deana Ritter - Senior DBA, Schneider Electric

Deana has a PASSion for databases. She first began working with databases in the late 80’s starting with DBase3 then onto SQL Server 4.2, Sybase, Oracle and continues through today. She has yet to meet a database she didn’t like. With a broad range of experience from development through production support for both small and Enterprise level operations, she is currently focusing on Master Data Management and data transport. She loves sharing her knowledge with the community and has been a SQLSaturday Louisville committee member since its inception.
Seats are limited for this event. Registration is required to attend.

We look forward to seeing you there!