Aerospike’s Sherry Prescott-Willis was recently named to the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s “Women of Influence, Class of 2020.” We are thrilled to see her receive this well-deserved distinction.
For this post, we’ll provide some more detail into two keynotes from our Premier Sponsors HPE and Intel. Both companies continue to be important strategic technology partners with Aerospike and we are thrilled to have them join us to help our customers best architect the right solution for their unique needs.
One of the most exciting aspects of every Aerospike Summit is the opportunity to hear our customers from the world’s leading brands describe the innovative ways they use Aerospike’s next-generation, real-time NoSQL data platform – and ask them questions.
Third Annual Aerospike Summit to Include Full-Day Technical Training and Presentations from Global IT Thought Leaders
Succeeding with digital transformation is a challenge for companies of all sizes. John Dillon, Aerospike’s CEO, has shared his own point of view on the topics in this article, posted January 29 on Medium. The problem is that onboarding new technology is a challenge – even for the most adept organizations. Not surprisingly, barely a …
In his article posted January 9 on Medium, John Dillon, Aerospike’s CEO, shared his thoughts on real-time decisioning and what it means for companies today.
In his article posted November 8 on Medium, John Dillon, Aerospike’s CEO, shares his thoughts on the importance of an iterative approach to data systems. He explains why buyers tend to be wooed by sexy demos of new software systems, but often wind up struggling very shortly thereafter.
In his article posted October 30 on Medium, Brian Bulkowski, Aerospike’s Founder and CTO, shares his thoughts on what it means when engineers speak about ‘an order of magnitude’ and why business leaders should pay attention when they hear that phrase.
In an article posted October 2 on Medium, John Dillon, Aerospike’s CEO, shares his thoughts on Digital Transformation and the effective use of data today. Here are a few highlights from John’s article.