Altibase to Exhibit its Hybrid In-Memory Database at Sold Out Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2014 – Orlando, FL

Altibase, the world-leader of in-memory databases, will exhibit at the sold out Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2014 in Orlando, FL from October 5-9­. This marquis Gartner exhibition is expecting over 8,500 attendees, including 3,000 CIO’s.

Altibase will share its insights on how enterprises are currently implementing its technology to gain a competitive edge. Further, with the backdrop of nearly 25 years of experience in in-memory databases, Altibase will shed light on how in-memory databases with hybrid architecture are future-proofing organizations with impending data management challenges.

Altibase in Gartner's Symposium

Nicholas Porcaro, Senior Database Technologist at Altibase will present “Altibase’s Hybrid Database: Your Cloud’s Silver Lining” at the Emerging Technology Theater on Tuesday, October 7th at 6:20 PM EST in the Pacific Terrace of the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel.Gartner, a leading information technology research and advisory firm, hosts the Symposium/ITxpo for thousands of CIO’s and Senior IT executives from across the world and is touted as “The world’s most important gathering of CIOs and senior IT executives.”

“Gartner’s ITxpo is world-class and draws the most influential guests who understand the impact of IT. I am thrilled to be speaking at this year’s venue and am confident that our discussions surrounding in-memory databases will resonate throughout. Altibase’s experience at the Gartner events has been outstanding and it is certainly an honor to present to this broader group of attendees. We look forward to another amazing event, inspiring conversation and thought leadership.”

Senior Database Technologist, Altibase

Senior Database Technologist will detail how an enterprise-grade hybrid database can provide the speed of RAM and the storage capacity of physical disk in a single unified engine. Altibase’s presentation will be held on the same stage as Gartner’s Magic Quadrant and Hype Cycle presentations.


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