Data Gravity, Data Friction and the Autonomous Database
Tune into an open discussion between Dominic Delmolino and Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman on why data gravity is taking over as the new norm for business, and why the friction it causes is the top challenge facing so many today. They dive in to discuss several key topics behind data gravity, including:
- The increasing size of data exerting a gravitational pull within the technology system
- How applications and services become attracted to large data sources, increasing traffic density and accelerating gravitational pull
Discuss some of the theories around data gravity, including:
- Network latency and Shannon’s law
- Limitations on computational power due to Von Neumann bottlenecks
- The economics of data and data placement
We’ll round up the discussion on how we can overcome these challenges with DataDevOps practices, using DevOps techniques applied to data virtualization and automation.
About the Speakers
Kellyn Pot’Vin-Gorman is a member of the Oak Table Network and an Oracle ACE Director alumnus. She is the Technical Intelligence Manager for the Office of CTO at Delphix, a company recognized for it's impressive virtualization and data masking environment capabilities. Kellyn is known for her extensive work with multi-database platforms, cloud migrations, virtualization, the command line interface, environment optimization tuning, automation and architecture design. Her blog, http://dbakevlar.com and social media activity under her handle, DBAKevlar is well respected for her insight and content.
Dominic Delmolino is the Chief Technology Officer at Accenture Federal Services. He is responsible for the oversight, strategy and definition of Accenture Federal Services technical offerings. Delmolino is an expert in system and data modernization, agile application and database development for high performance, and rapid deployment of large-scale systems. He also specializes in technical oversight and review of sales and proposal activities for complex cloud infrastructure and application development sales efforts.