SANTA CLARA, Calif. – November 18, 2019 – DataStax, the company behind the leading database built on Apache Cassandra™, today announced that Arnd Hannemann, technical architect at DataStax customer METRONOM, will give a Cloud Talk at the upcoming Google Cloud Next ’19 UK in London on 21 November. Arnd will discuss how METRO transformed and updated their legacy systems to the cloud by working with DataStax and Cassandra.
Attending #GoogleNext19 in London? Make sure to visit the @DataStax booth (#F9) to learn how customers like METRONOM are achieving #cloud maturity with #DataStax and @GCPcloud @wearemetronom
Cloud Talk (CT113): Achieving Cloud Maturity @ METRONOM
Arnd Hannemann, Technical Architect, METRONOM
Thursday, 21 November, 2019 | 1:55–2:15 p.m. GMT
If you are a Google Cloud Next ‘19 UK attendee, please visit the DataStax booth (#F9).
To learn more about DataStax and METRO, please download the case study here.
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