Database sprawl is choking your organization. Here's how to bypass it

Webinar Why do we have databases? To manage our data and deliver insights that are going to help us do whatever we want to do, better.

So, why is it many data pros feel like it's the database that's managing them? The fact is that over the years, we've built out multiple platforms, disparate models, and layer upon layer of specialised tooling.

Describing this as "sprawl" is far more polite than the expressions of frustration you could hear from any team data team trying to get this all working together at all, never mind seamlessly.

If you're tired of having to negotiate this chaos, you'll really want to join us for this upcoming webinar, The Bypass Around Database Sprawl, on December 13 at 0900 PT (1200 ET, 1700 GMT.)

Our own Nicole Hemsoth will be joined by MariaDB product marketing manager Andrew Oliver, and together they'll deliver an overview of the current, sprawling database landscape, and explain exactly how we got here.

They'll highlight the true costs of this situation, in terms of day-to-day productivity, spiraling expenditure, and inevitable performance penalties - all the things that are so much part of the wallpaper we almost don't notice them anymore.

But they'll also show how a single database platform that can handle mixed workloads can help you cut a path through this complexity, leading to cleaner, optimized operations, untrammeled by the overhead of multiple tools and platforms.

If that sounds exciting, you'll be pleased to know joining is even easier. Just head right here and register, and we'll give you a gentle nudge on the day. It'll be your first step on the journey from data chaos to centralized order. And that's a bypass worth taking.

Sponsored by MariaDB

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