Working in the tech industry, you’ve undoubtedly experienced sitting through a software demonstration that, to be generous, put you to sleep. The problem is that most demos focus solely on product features, and the audience is usually more concerned with their own specific needs. When considering a database management product, demonstrations are a chance to view features, determine a software’s intuitive capability, and garner the best understanding of how the tool will work within the scope of your data and business needs. To get the most from a demo, it is necessary to first identify what business needs you are looking to solve.
Industries are generating thousands, even millions, of new lines of code in their complex, stateful, real-time systems with model-based designs. Additionally, both new and legacy systems require enhancements to capture and react to the plethora of data and consumers of that data, being created by both people and devices every second.