WELCOME TO THE DATABASE INNOVATION SUMMIT 2021:
Why DBaaS Is the Future of Cloud Computing
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ABOUT THE EVENT
Business – and the data that powers it – is moving to the cloud. That shift offers an opportunity, not just for modernization but also for new efficiencies and capabilities while lowering capital expenditure. Whether your mission-critical application is already in the cloud or you’re pondering a cloud migration, you’ll want to take part in this two-hour summit. Industry thought leaders and subject-matter experts will come together for roundtable discussions on why they think database-as-a-service (DBaaS) is the future of cloud computing.
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AGENDA AT A GLANCE
Welcome & Introductions
A Look at SkySQL: The MariaDB DBaaS
Developers' Perspectives on Cloud Databases
The Role of DBAs in the DBaaS World
Q&A and Live Giveaway
Preparing Tomorrow's STEM Leaders Today
Geeks Rule aims to eliminate the racial, gender and socioeconomic gap in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields in order to meet the growing need for STEM professionals in the United States. Geeks Rule will help eliminate this gap through hands-on and mentoring programs in major cities across the U.S.
Help Us Help the Children
MariaDB will be donating $25 to Geeks Rule for every live attendee. We hope you’ll join the cause! Your donations fund a full range of programs to promote STEM among underserved youth, including bringing STEM professionals to speak to students, field trips, and after-school programs.
Supports a STEM after-school program at an underserved middle school with a fun, hands-on curriculum that is aligned to national standards and can be used during the day to support in-class learning for all students.
Supports field trips for 3 classes to visit a STEM organization so students can see what it is like to work in a STEM environment.
Supports a speaker program that brings STEM professionals to speak in front of classes about their careers. Speakers are typically of color and/or female to serve as role models.
Supports 1 speaker program event that brings a STEM professional to speak in front of a class about their career. Geeks Rule speakers are typically of color and/or female to serve as role models.