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Huawei Cloud Database Summit 2024: Spearheading AI-Powered Database Innovation in Thailand

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Welcome to the fascinating world where technology meets innovation at the grand stage of the Huawei Cloud Database Summit Thailand 2024! On an exhilarating day, May 14, 2024, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. rolled out the red carpet for a summit that was nothing short of a technological spectacle. With a theme that resonated across tech communities, “GaussDB: A Better Way to Database,” this event was not just a summit; it was a herald of the future of databases, powered by artificial intelligence.

At the helm stood David Li, the dynamic CEO of Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd., who kicked off the event with words that echoed the promise of a digital tomorrow. He painted a picture of a world riding the high wave of digitalization and intelligence, a world where databases form the very backbone of innovation. “In the burgeoning era of Big Data and AI, our challenge is monumental – processing massive, diverse, heterogenous data sets, maintaining high performance under extreme loads, ensuring unassailable security, and fostering a rich local ecosystem to power digitalization across industries,” Li emphasized. And with that, he unveiled GaussDB, Huawei’s answer to these challenges – a next-gen distributed database poised to unlock the treasure trove of data value.

But what makes GaussDB stand out in the sea of databases? Bruno Zhang, the CTO of Huawei Cloud, dazzled the audience with six groundbreaking advancements that position GaussDB as the oracle of future databases. Imagine a cloud-native architecture that breaks free from performance limitations, a versatile database that welcomes new businesses with open arms, and a system so secure, it becomes the Fort Knox of data. From hardware-software synergy that guarantees availability to interactive operations and management powered by AI, and an ecosystem buzzing with seamless migrations and partnerships, GaussDB is on a mission to redefine the database landscape.

As we delved deeper, Feng Ke, Chief Architect of Huawei Cloud GaussDB, unraveled the seismic shifts remolding the database world. It’s a journey from centralized systems to distributed marvels, from the tangibility of hardware to the agility of software, and from the rigidity of fixed resources to the elasticity of the cloud. Huawei Cloud, with its suite of enterprise-grade databases including GaussDB, GaussDB for MySQL, and GeminiDB, is at the forefront of this revolution, committed to maximizing data value for its customers.

The climax of the event was the launch of the GaussDB Pioneer Program in Thailand, a visionary initiative announced by Celine Cao, CEO of Huawei Cloud Thailand. Through this program, Huawei Cloud not only solidifies its leadership in Thailand’s cloud market but invites customers and partners to co-create solutions, driving innovation and fostering a vibrant local ecosystem.

In an intimate CXO roundtable, industry leaders shared insights and discussed the future of databases in light of intelligent transformation. The gathering saw the launch of CNEC (Cloud Native Elite Club) and GaussDB (DWS) 3.0 in Thailand, further underscoring Huawei’s commitment to championing digital intelligence through cutting-edge technologies.

The Hands-on Lab was a hive of activity, where trainees got up close and personal with GaussDB’s transformative features, from one-stop migration to near-data parallel querying and an intelligent assistant, demonstrating GaussDB’s prowess in tackling complex operations with ease and efficiency.

With over two decades of dedication to Thailand’s digital landscape, Huawei stands as a beacon of innovation and collaboration. As we stride into an intelligent world, Huawei’s “All Intelligence” strategy, focused on cloud and AI technologies, promises to propel Thailand towards becoming a digital economy hub of ASEAN.

As the curtains fell on the Huawei Cloud Database Summit Thailand 2024, it was clear that the future of databases, and indeed the digital transformation of industries, lies in embracing the power of AI and collaboration. Indeed, with Huawei leading the charge, a smarter, more digital future is not just a possibility; it’s on the horizon.


  1. TechGuru89 May 14, 2024

    The summit really showcased Huawei’s commitment to leading the AI and cloud revolution in Thailand. It’s fascinating to see them pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with databases. GaussDB could be a game-changer!

    • SkepticalSam May 14, 2024

      I’m unsure about all the hype. Every tech company claims their product is the next big thing. What makes GaussDB any different from other cloud databases out there?

      • TechGuru89 May 14, 2024

        What sets GaussDB apart is its cloud-native architecture, AI-powered management, and the promise of unmatched performance and security. It’s not just hype; it’s about delivering a future-proof solution.

      • DataDiva May 14, 2024

        Exactly, and don’t forget the focus on local ecosystem development. Huawei’s commitment to co-creating solutions with partners and customers in Thailand is impressive.

    • CloudWatcher May 14, 2024

      I’m more interested in how this plays into the larger strategy of Huawei amidst ongoing global tech tensions. Could be a smart move to solidify their presence in Southeast Asia.

  2. PrivacyPioneer May 14, 2024

    With all this talk about cloud and AI, I’m always a bit wary about data privacy. How secure is GaussDB really going to be, especially under ‘extreme loads’?

    • BrunoZhangFan May 14, 2024

      If you paid attention to the summit, they mentioned hardware-software synergy and a ‘Fort Knox of data’ security model. Huawei seems to be taking privacy and security seriously with GaussDB.

  3. EclecticEd May 14, 2024

    Huawei’s push towards digital transformation in ASEAN countries is commendable. The launch of the GaussDB Pioneer Program could be a great step towards fostering a vibrant local tech ecosystem.

  4. LocalLoy May 14, 2024

    While I appreciate Huawei’s efforts, I can’t help but wonder about the implications for local businesses. Is this going to empower them, or just make them more dependent on a giant’s technology?

    • StartUpSue May 14, 2024

      That’s a valid concern, LocalLoy. But partnering with Huawei could also offer local businesses a leg-up in the digital transformation race. It’s all about leveraging the technology to our advantage.

      • LocalLoy May 14, 2024

        I hope you’re right, Sue. It would be great to see local businesses thrive and not just become subcontractors in their own country.

  5. CoderChris May 14, 2024

    As a developer, what I find most exciting is the Hands-on Lab and the one-stop migration features. It shows Huawei’s commitment to not only innovation but also user experience and adoption.

    • DevDale May 14, 2024

      Totally agree, Chris. The seamless integration and migration capabilities are key for developers like us. Still, I’m curious about how it stacks up against AWS and Azure in real-world applications.

  6. GlobalGuru May 14, 2024

    Huawei’s strategy to use Thailand as a launchpad for their cloud products in ASEAN could significantly impact the region’s digital economy. It’s a bold move, and I’m here for it!

    • ASEANSkeptic May 14, 2024

      Bold move, sure, but let’s not forget the geopolitical challenges Huawei faces. How will that affect their operations and partnerships in ASEAN in the long run?

      • GlobalGuru May 14, 2024

        A fair point, but focusing on building a strong local ecosystem and delivering value might help Huawei navigate those challenges. Time will tell.

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