Database Downtime: The Major Ways Your Database is Hurting Your Brand and Customer Experience
March 14, 2023
11:00am ET/3pm GMT
80% of data centers have experienced an outage in the past three years.
40% of these outages increased employee overtime due to data disruption, not to mention 60% reporting large monetary losses.
Database downtime can spell disaster for both highly-regulated industries and global enterprises. Now more than ever, it's mission-critical to have a flexible database architecture that affords your team and business to scale and optimize to have satisfied customers and a strong brand reputation.
In this 45-minute webinar, hosted by Celest Turner Hall, EDB senior leaders Kelly Poole, and Tom Rieger will discuss the major ways your database architecture could be failing your business, causing frustrating planned or unplanned downtime, increasing regulatory or monetary risks and even data non-compliance.
They’ll then explain how you can meet your customer’s expectations and maintain brand reputation by:
VP of Product Management
Kelly Poole is Vice President of Product Management at EDB and is responsible for leading EDB’s product strategy and vision. She is committed to EDB having the “right” products and tools needed by enterprise customers to build highly available and scalable Postgres applications, both on premises and in the cloud. Kelly has an extensive background in development, databases, and cloud. Before joining EDB, Kelly spent over 20 years at a leading U.S. insurer where she architected on premises cloud offerings for Postgres as well as other technologies such as NoSQL, caching, and logging.
SVP Product Marketing
Celest is a strategic marketing executive with nearly 20 years of experience across various tech verticals. She is the SVP of product marketing at EDB and drives customer-centered and innovative strategies across EDB's product portfolio, focused on proactively delighting EDB's customers through its software, solutions and related product experiences.
Senior Client Engineer
Tom Rieger is a client-facing engineer at EDB responsible for helping clients be successful in their journey to their next-generation platforms powered by open-source and cloud. His efforts help clients discover how to take advantage of modern hardware and data platforms to increase capabilities/innovation and greatly decrease cost. Tom has an extensive background in development, databases, and cloud. Before joining EDB, Tom spent over 30 years working at Informix, IBM, EMC and Snowflake, always with a focus on empowering data and automation for clients.
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