Scale Out Not Up with Distributed SQL: Transition to the Cloud without Compromises


Digital transformation is continuously disrupting industries, particularly financial services organizations, in an unprecedented way. Why? Two key reasons: customer demand and business agility. The monolithic databases that enterprise organizations have relied on for decades for core business operations cannot support the requirements of the financial services industry today. To be competitive in the market, FinServ applications must be immediately consistent, continuously available, able to scale out and in on demand, and agile enough to maintain compliance with changing regulations. While legacy database infrastructure powered much of the banking industries’ applications to date, to do so many organizations have accumulated significant technical debt. As forward-thinking enterprises move to the cloud, experts like you are seeking solutions to reduce technical debt while increasing business agility. So what can you do to transition more seamlessly to the cloud?

Scale Out. Still SQL.

Join us for this technical webinar and you’ll learn:
  • How to meet customer demands for application availability and agility
  • How to migrate to the cloud without rearchitecting every application
  • How to use distributed SQL databases as your on-ramp to the cloud
  • How to lower TCO and improve performance within your business-critical applications

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Simon Ambridge
Senior Solutions Architect, NuoDB

As a Senior Solutions Architect at NuoDB, Simon Ambridge helps customers design and deploy the transition of legacy applications to cloud-based applications at financial services organizations. Simon has in-depth consulting experience in delivering solutions using Oracle SaaS, PaaS, EPM/Hyperion, Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM), Oracle Engineered Systems (Exadata, Exalytics), plus integration with distributed systems and Big Data. Simon brings over 25 years expertise in designing, building, implementing, and supporting large and complex Oracle Hyperion & E-Business Suite solutions at clients such as the Financial Services Authority, Olympic Delivery Authority, BT and RBS.