Jagdish Mirani

Jagdish Mirani is an enterprise software executive with extensive experience in Product Management and Product Marketing. Currently he is in charge of Product Marketing for Pivotal's data services (Cloud Cache, MySQL, Redis, PostgreSQL). Prior to Pivotal, Jagdish was at Oracle for 10 years in their Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence groups. More recently, Jag was at AgilOne, a startup in the predictive marketing cloud space. Prior to AgilOne, Jag held various Business Intelligence roles at Business Objects (now part of SAP), Actuate (now part OpenText), and NetSuite (now part of Oracle). Jagdish holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Santa Clara University and an MBA from the U.C. Berkeley Haas School of Business.

  • MySQL for Pivotal Platform 2.7, Featuring High Availability, is Now GA! Plus New Beta Release of Multisite Replication

    MySQL for Pivotal Platform 2.7, Featuring High Availability, is Now GA! Plus New Beta Release of Multisite Replication

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  • Pivotal Cloud Cache 1.9 Eases Data Sharing Across Teams, Adds TLS Encryption Across Sites

    Pivotal Cloud Cache 1.9 Eases Data Sharing Across Teams, Adds TLS Encryption Across Sites

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  • Announcing Pivotal Cloud Cache v1.7

    Announcing Pivotal Cloud Cache v1.7

    PCC 1.7 Brings OAuth 2 Integration to Further Centralize Credential Management

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  • How to Distribute Data Across a PCC Cluster: Replicated or Partitioned?

    How to Distribute Data Across a PCC Cluster: Replicated or Partitioned?

    Pivotal Cloud Cache dramatically reduces latency when users request certain types of data. Read the blog about how to distribute data across a PCC cluster.

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  • Say Hello to Pivotal Postgres

    Say Hello to Pivotal Postgres

    Pivotal aims to help organizations move off proprietary databases with a new self-managed offering of PostgreSQL.

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  • MySQL for PCF 2.5 is Now GA! Highly Available Clusters via Galera Clustering Takes Center Stage.

    MySQL for PCF 2.5 is Now GA! Highly Available Clusters via Galera Clustering Takes Center Stage.

    MySQL for PCF 2.5 is now GA. It includes a handful of useful features, including a new HA option with Galera clusters. The post describes the enhancements, and why they matter.

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  • Multi-Cloud and Data Replication Over a Wide Area Network: A High Interest Topic At SpringOne Platform

    Multi-Cloud and Data Replication Over a Wide Area Network: A High Interest Topic At SpringOne Platform

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  • MySQL for Pivotal Platform v2.3 Protects Your Data with TLS, Adds Synchronous Replication for Leader-Follower

    MySQL for Pivotal Platform v2.3 Protects Your Data with TLS, Adds Synchronous Replication for Leader-Follower

    MySQL 2.3 for PCF aims to ease the pain associated with microservices database management. Let’s take a spin through the latest round of enterprise-grade features.

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  • Announcing Pivotal Cloud Cache V1.3

    Announcing Pivotal Cloud Cache V1.3

    Featuring multi-site WAN replication, local disk persistence, inline cache, and server side functions.

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  • Getting Started With Domain Driven Design—Top 3 Concepts

    Getting Started With Domain Driven Design—Top 3 Concepts

    Modern application design patterns like Domain-Driven Design (DDD) are successfully helping companies break down complexity while improving development productivity. DDD puts the focus on...

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  • The DAS vs NAS Debate For Apache Hadoop

    The DAS vs NAS Debate For Apache Hadoop

    If you want to spin up a Apache Hadoop cluster, you need to grapple with the question of how to attach your disks. Historically, this decision has favored direct attached storage (DAS). However,...

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