Product Release Webinar

Modernize with confidence

New Ingres, Actian X, and OpenROAD 12.0 release.

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Register early to reserve your spot!

Tuesday, 23 April 2024 at 3:00 PM BST / 4:00 PM CEST.

Join this webinar and Q&A session on the 23rd of April at 3:00 PM GMT where Actian’s Alex Hanshaw, Vice President of Engineering, and Doug Dailey, Director of Product Management, will share details on our investments in core enterprise functionality and database and application modernization that will be available in our new 12.0 release.

 You’ll hear about these exciting new features and benefits:

  • Cloud-enabled backup and disaster recovery.
  • Optimized workload management and query performance.
  • Cybersecurity and data protection improvements.
  • OpenROAD Server cloud architecture and user experience improvements.
  • Zero copy cloning for the X100 engine.
  • And much more!

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Alex Hanshaw

Alex Hanshaw

Vice President of Engineering, Actian

Alex Hanshaw, Vice President of Engineering at Actian, is responsible for overseeing the global development and implementation of the technical strategy for Ingres, Actian X, OpenROAD, Vector, NoSQL, and Enterprise Access. Alex has more than 20 years of experience building innovative solutions to help customers solve their most complex business challenges. His strong focus on the continuous improvement and quality of products throughout their entire lifecycle helps customers ensure their technology investments easily adapt to future needs.

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Doug Dailey

Director of Product Management, Actian

Doug Dailey is the Director of Product Management for Actian’s cloud and on-premises databases, tools, and connectivity solutions, including Ingres. Doug has 15 years of experience building solutions that help customers win. Prior to Actian, Doug was a product manager at IBM, specializing in data virtualization and data platforms driven by data hub, data mesh, and data fabric topologies. Doug helped steer technology investments in IBM Netezza and Pure Data for Analytics, IBM DB2 Replication, and IBM Informix. Doug began his career in technical support and later transitioned to Technical Account Manager and Customer Support Manager roles.