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Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019 | 10:00 AM - 10:40 AM UTC+8
Originating from Taobao and Tmall technologies, Alibaba Cloud possesses both the online and offline retail industry know-how and plays critical roles during the Double 11 Shopping Festival. In 2018, Alibaba’s newly self-developed elastic computing products broke a new record for “pulse calculation,” and successfully operated more than 10 million computing cores simultaneously. To put that in perspective, it is equivalent to 10 large data centers.
Want to know how Alibaba uses technologies to transform eCommerce and retail to provide the best customer experience? And how you can leverage the technologies behind Alibaba’s Double 11 shopping festival to help with your eCommerce business? Join us at this webinar; we will share several key technological components and insights with you from Alibaba’s solution architect. This Webinar showcases how Alibaba Cloud’s suite of services scale both vertically & horizontally to deliver on magnitudes of business challenges not seen elsewhere in the world.
• Alibaba Cloud overview
• eCommerce User Case – Global Shopping Festival 2018
• Technologies behind Compute, Database, Network, Security, Big Data, AI (including Chatbot and Image Search)
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Staff Solutions Architect Alibaba Cloud
Rosa Wang is a Staff Solutions Architect for Alibaba Cloud since 2017. Rosa has 18+ years of enterprise software development and IT architecting experience. She has helped many Alibaba Cloud customers to set up and design their e-commerce platform in China, US and Globally She worked for Oracle, Cisco and several start-ups in multiple technical roles before joining Alibaba Cloud.
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