Join Us: Architecting your cloud for maximum flexibility

In today’s IT landscape, cloud solutions are often vital to deliver innovation and reduced costs. Forbes predicts 80% of all IT budgets will be committed to cloud apps and solutions by July 2018, showing that cloud is here to stay. However, successfully implementing a cloud solution is a process that requires not just technology, but also the people and processes to deliver flexibility, agility, and management needed. Join us for a September 26 webinar on how to manage your cloud architecture to ensure flexibility.

Our first webinar in this series covered the considerations of an effective cloud strategy. (If you missed it, you can view it on demand.) The next step is to identify your most common private cloud use cases and apply example architectures to meet those use cases in a way that delivers scalability, flexibility, and efficiency.

Open management frameworks allow secure delivery of any application to any cloud or virtual infrastructure, and an enterprise automation framework enables simplified delivery of complex services and more efficient management. In this webinar, Matt Nolan, senior cloud architect with Red Hat’s Cloud Infrastructure Practice, and Julio Villarreal Pelegrino, principal cloud architect at Red Hat, will detail critical steps in deploying infrastructure and management platforms to enable you to operate more efficiently and accelerate service delivery.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Choose the right platforms for your business.
  • Identify your business objectives and map them to appropriate technologies.
  • Define the processes and services that can be automated.
  • Start small and scale quickly.

The webinar will be held at 11 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, September 26. Register today, and be sure to check out the other webinars in our series on step-by-step cloud strategy definition!

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