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Data strategy : How to achieve portability in cloud with OSS
Date: November 24, 2021
Time: 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM (GMT)
Topic: Cloud Development
What is this session about?
Are you a developer interested in open source software? Want to learn more about data strategy including Postgres & MySQL for your SaaS solution but not sure where to start? In this Live Event you will hear from Global Black Belt OSS data tech specialist Alicja Kucharczyk , on the technical fundamentals to using OSS in your SaaS application to achieve portability in cloud.
Who is it aimed at?
This session is aimed at developers and IT Professionals with an interest in expanding their knowledge in OSS DBs, Postgres & MySQL in SaaS applications
Why should you attend?
This SaaS Academy Tech Track webinar is an opportunity to understand how open soure software can be a part of your data strategy to achieve portability in your SaaS application.
Alicja Kucharczyk Working at Microsoft as EMEA Global Black Belt OSS Data tech Specialist - is a PostgreSQL expert, both an experienced developer as well as administrator and PostgreSQL coach with strong practical knowledge of Linux and their mutual interactions. Particularly interested in performance optimization at different levels. She has consulted a lot of companies, mainly in Poland providing them with working solutions and supporting them in architecting, deploying and maintaining PostgreSQL. She is the founder and organizer of Warsaw PostgreSQL Users Group - the group gathering polish PostgreSQL users, speaker at local users groups and conferences and trying to advocate PostgreSQL and open source in many possible ways. In the free time seen usually with two dogs 13 and 19 years old, benchmarking on 4U home server or writing games in python