September 20, 2022

Data as a Product, Data Mesh, and MACH applied

9.00 PDT, 11.00 CDT, 12.00 EDT To provide the superior and personalized experiences customers demand, and to improve internal systems and processes in support of this goal, a better framework for collecting, managing, and sharing data is needed. Data-as-a-product is a strategic and technical initiative that pushes the ownership of enterprise data away from a centralized data team and into the hands of separate teams or business units. To establish data-as-a-product and lay the groundwork for a better customer experience, companies must craft a data mesh that binds their data sources into a new domain-driven architecture model. Combined with fine-grained governance and access controls, and the integration of data from legacy mainframes and databases, the data mesh becomes a foundational technology necessary to modernize. Choosing the framework on which to build your applications is essential to fully exploit the promise of a data mesh. MACH, which stands for microservices-driven, API-first, cloud-native, and headless, is a set of architectural pillars that allow organizations to modernize their technology stack, while also giving it a firm foundation for future evolution. In this webinar, we will be covering: The concept of building a data as a service driven organization in the context of the data mesh and MACH principles The evolution of data and why a better framework for collecting, managing, and sharing data is crucial when looking to modernize How the design concepts of MACH are perfectly suited for MongoDB and mesh perfectly with the architectural concept of the data mesh An overview of what the complete MACH and data mesh implementation looks like – including a payment processes example highlighting what enrichment and polymorph data really mean for the solution We’ll be joined by: Boris Bialek , Managing Director Industry Solutions, MongoDB

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The Database and Cloud Market – Trends, Challenges & Opportunities in Austria

What does the cloud landscape in Austria look like and what are the major trends we see in the market? We discuss these and more questions in this interview with Gustavo Loewe, Area Vice President at MongoDB, and Barnabas Poeltl, Senior Enterprise Account Executive at MongoDB. In the conversation, we cover the trends in the world of data in Austria this year and the importance of putting developers first when it comes to modern software development. In this context, we also talk about the process of digital transformation, modernizing legacy systems and reducing the cost of complex IT architectures. Lastly, we touch on the move to the cloud – or going multi-cloud. According to the 2021 Cloud Monitor Study by KPMG, 54% of Austrian enterprise companies use multi-cloud computing, and 44% use multi-cloud strategies to increase redundancy and avoid cloud outages. Apart from this, a multi-cloud strategy allows companies to avoid vendor lock-in. However, there are also common concerns and challenges when moving to the cloud, such as balancing development speed vs. risk, and finding the right way to monitor and manage risks. If you would like to know more about how you can move your data to the cloud with MongoDB Atlas and reduce the cost of your IT infrastructure by moving to a single developer data platform, reach out to us and talk to one of our experts today: In the Interview: Gustavo Loewe, Enterprise Area Vice President, Central and Eastern Europe, MongoDB Zurich, Switzerland Barnabas Poeltl, Senior Enterprise Account Executive, MongoDB Vienna, Austria

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