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Devices, people, and markets increasingly rely on instant updates and realtime connectivity. Software is evolving to an “always-on” data stream architecture where massive amounts of realtime data is b…

Devices, people, and markets increasingly rely on instant updates and realtime connectivity. Software is evolving to an “always-on” data stream architecture where massive amounts of realtime data is being created and consumed. Existing three-tier software architectures are being stretched to the limit to handle the latency, reliability and bandwidth requirements.

At Sapphire Ventures’ recent Next-Gen Tech Stack Forum, our CEO, Todd Greene discussed key trends around data streams, microservices and networks, and new architecture models that are needed to ensure ubiquitous connectivity, low latency and high scalability for always-on applications and connected devices.

Here’s the presentation in case you’d like to check it out:

More Resources on Building and Scaling Always-On Applications:

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