Real-Time Transaction Processing via Scalable, Cloud-Native Architecture webinar

When:  Apr 12, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 10:30 PM (ET)
Summary

A common theme in our data-intensive world is the expectation of increasingly faster system responsiveness, even as overall online traffic continues to grow. Everything seems to be more valuable with real-time speeds, but the complexities of transaction processing, especially in online payment systems, make the goal difficult to achieve.


Digital transactions start with recording data and tracking an exchange of goods. But in the process, there is a significant amount of computing power allocated to verification, fraud detection, reference data lookup, exception handling, etc. So businesses need a cost-effective way to add performance while controlling costs. This is where an elastic, cloud-native, in-memory computing platform can help.
 
In this webinar, we will discuss:
 
The technology and operational bottlenecks that transaction-based companies face

How a cloud-native, in-memory architecture solves these challenges

A demonstration of an example, high-performance deployment that can be easily integrated into your existing infrastructure

Ravikumar Ramachandra
Ravikumar Ramachandra
Senior Technical Staff Member
IBM

Ravikumar Ramachandra currently performs the role of Program Manager at IBM, North America for managing execution of Global Server Build Auditable Unit/Process across North American accounts. A highly self-motivated and leadership oriented person, Ravi has around 20 + years’ experience in IT Industry specifically in Mid-range / IT Service Delivery Organization both Technical & Management area.

Ravi has held various job roles - Program Manager, First Line Manager, Service Delivery Manager, Technical Team Lead, Unix Migration Consultant, Systems Analyst/Data Center Manager and started career as Software Business Support Executive.

Mike Yawn, Sr.
Mike Yawn, Sr.
Solutions Architect
Hazelcast

Mike Yawn is a Senior Solutions Architect with Hazelcast, the provider of the leading operational In-Memory Computing Platform. In that role, he provides pre-sales consulting on Hazelcast IMDG, Hazelcast Jet, and Hazelcast Cloud solutions to commercial customers.

Prior to joining Hazelcast, Mike performed a number of consulting and R&D functions with HP, eBay, Oracle, and EMC, supporting customers in manufacturing, banking, healthcare, and other industries.