Aerospike is proud to be a sponsor of the 2021 CIO 100 Symposium and Awards. This year’s event is all about The Future of Digital Leadership featuring four themes: innovation, inclusion, automation and speed.
As companies across all industries ramp up their digital initiatives, they need to handle large volumes of data in real time to make decisions in the microsecond moments that matter to stakeholders — both internal and external.
Another Aerospike Summit is in the books. Last week, we held Aerospike Digital Summit 2021, Reimagine Real-time – our fourth annual Aerospike Summit.
Aerospike is pleased to share more about the Gold sponsors we have on board this year: Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Intel, and Western Digital. Each sponsor will be discussing topics critical to helping you Reimagine Real-time.
I’m pleased to announce that registration is now open for Aerospike Digital Summit 2021, which will take place on May 4th-6th. This year’s theme is Reimagine Real-time and the event sessions we have lined up will focus on new ways to help you scale your real-time data initiatives.
To better understand current trends in data management, Unisphere Research, the research arm of Database Trends and Applications, conducted a survey, in partnership with Aerospike Corporation.
2020 has been a year of innovation and recognition for Aerospike. The latest honor is the company’s inclusion on Database Trends and Applications magazine’s eighth annual list of top products in data management and analysis.
More and more companies across a variety of industries are deploying mission critical applications that process large scale data volumes in real time. Understanding the economic impact of data platforms such as Aerospike that support these applications is critical.
Digital transformation may have once been something discussed only in tech circles, but the pandemic has shown that the world has changed and everyone — from school children to doctors — need digital in order to live their lives.
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.
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