Having a hard time getting reliable access to Cassandra NoSQL databases? Save your seat in our webinar and we will answer all of your questions.
Chances are that if you use NoSQL Databases, you are having a difficult time integrating your core business systems. Organizations of every size are moving toward NoSQL, but NoSQL is incompatible with existing SQL-based infrastructures.
NoSQL databases have query languages and frameworks to better support SQL-like operations, but this does not mean they are compatible with existing infrastructure.
Want a better basic understanding of how SQL and NoSQL relate? Check out this 2 minute video.
This problem is not unsolvable. Join us and Software AG and we will show you how to properly integrate your existing SQL-based infrastructure with NoSQL databases. This is possible though a suite of production ready, industry leading JDBC connectors for SQL on NoSQL databases.
Title: SQL Access to Cassandra NoSQL Databases
Date: July 26, 2016
Time: 11:00 am ET
Sumit Sarkar, Progress DataDirect
Suryanarayanan Nagarajan, Software AG
Navdeep Sidhu, Software AG
Inside Look: Hear directly from Software AG about integrating NoSQL data for webMethods shops.
During this webinar, you’ll learn:
Space is limited, reserve your seat today! Our team here at Progress DataDirect wants to enable you to succeed in every way we possibly can. Your success is our success. Get started on the way to digital transformation and start integrating your SQL-based infrastructure with your cutting edge NoSQL databases.
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