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June 25, 2019

Who Moved My 99th Percentile Performance? - Kiran Agrahara, Violin Storage



Running critical Oracle applications can be challenging. Long Tail Latencies are very critical in determining performance of your applications. Various factors such as network, DB layout and storage performance contribute to Long Tail Latencies which can have a significant impact on your database performance. Do you have the confidence in the ability of your storage layer to provide consistent performance and eliminate Long Tail Latencies in your database environments? Join us this month and learn how the folks at Violin Storage are minimizing or eliminating Long Tail Latencies and realizing greater performance.

Kiran Agrahara is a Senior Director at Violin Systems and leads Solution Engineering for the company. He also facilitates technical go to market strategies with alliance partners. Prior to joining Violin Systems, Kiran served as the Director of Sales Engineering at Formation Data Systems, a software defined storage startup. Kiran started his career as a HP-UX/Solaris administrator in 1999 at Sprint Canada. In his 20 years of Data Center Transformation career, Kiran has held various Senior Positions at MBNA (now Bank of America), Comcast , Consultant for Federal Reserve Bank and Wall Street Firms. He has an excellent track record of developing and leading large technical teams and driving major initiatives to successful completion. He also has extensive experience in helping companies in defining technology strategies, technical road maps, and developing best practices. Kiran holds a Degree in Engineering from Bangalore University. He also holds industry certifications from VMware, AWS, Brocade, and others.



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