What to expect
- Unique perspectives from featured VP/C-suite products executives
- Webinar Format: Enjoy our Speaker Presentation followed by Q&A Session
The pace of change is constant. Things that took months before can be now accomplished in days, or hours or minutes. Nowhere is this more evident than within the digital world and the ways in which computing, mobile phones, and the Internet have evolved over the last 40 years. As ubiquitous access to high speed networks and applications continue to make the impossible possible, the hunger for real-time, interactive experiences needs to be fed. If you are attempting to build a business today, you must think about creating a joyful experience for your customers in ways that simply didn’t exist before. The ability to switch between services and applications has never been easier. Delivering that experience with speed means that latency is the new outage. In this talk, Redis CPO Tim Hall speaks with Vertafore VP of Product Development Nand Shivkumar about what they have seen change across their careers and how this guides their decisions when defining, designing, and building products today.
About the speaker
Tim Hall is the Chief Product Officer at Redis and oversees the product management teams for the company’s commercial software and managed services. His responsibilities also include overseeing the technical enablement, education, documentation, and developer relations teams. Tim is passionate about building products that developers love to use and that are easy to run and manage for customers. For more than a decade in senior leadership positions, his teams have been focused on executing to make these values a reality for leading open source, enterprise and developer products and cloud-based platforms at InfluxData, Hortonworks, Oracle and HP. Previously, Tim worked in professional services, building solutions and delivering systems integration projects for a wide variety of customers, from financial services to distribution and logistics companies and more. Tim holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in science and management with a concentration in physics from Claremont McKenna College.