Building a resilient organization with IT automation

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The frequency of security incidents and business disruptions is increasing every year. The resilient organization is better equipped to respond to these threats and maintain business continuity. Implementing an end-to-end IT automation strategy across your organization can significantly increase an organization’s ability to be resilient in the face of security threats as well as reduce the severity of those attacks.

While the need for holistic automation adoption is well established, according to a recent Harvard Business Review survey of more than 300 business leaders, only 13% of the respondents said that they are currently deploying IT automation at scale across their organization.1 This webinar will focus on how you can build a resilient organization through adopting IT automation.

Join this webinar to:

  • Learn about the role automation plays in responding to and mitigating risk events

  • Find out how building a resilient organization can help your company maintain profitability and a competitive advantage

  • Explore the importance of leaders championing adopting organization-wide IT automation

Live event date: Thursday, April 21, 2022 | 11 a.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

1 Harvard Business Review, sponsored by Red Hat. "Taking the lead on IT automation," Jan. 2022

Tom Anderson

Vice President and General Manager, Ansible, Red Hat

Tom is Vice President and General Manager of Red Hat’s Ansible organization, responsible for the Ansible Automation Platform product and business strategy. He focuses on helping customers automate the way they deliver services to the business with Red Hat’s hybrid cloud solutions. During his 8 years at Red Hat, Tom has led teams focused on our Red Hat Certified Cloud Service Provider Program and the Cloud Practice in Red Hat Consulting. With more than 25 years of enterprise management software experience taking emerging technology solutions to the market, he has successfully established and maintained lasting customer relationships based on delivering business value. Prior to Red Hat, Tom held leadership roles in product management, pre-sales, consulting, and field operations at ManageIQ, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and NovaDigm Therapeutics.

Naveen Chhabra

Guest Speaker, Senior Analyst, Forrester

Naveen serves infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals, delivering strategic guidance to Forrester's vendor and end user clients. His vision for technology leaders is to develop a dependable and reliable technology infrastructure. Naveen leads the research on enterprise storage, hyperconverged infrastructure, data protection, and disaster recovery technologies and practices. Naveen guides technology leaders across his coverage and helps them navigate their path as they face a myriad of factors affecting them, including the use of multiple cloud services, containers, expanding storage technology options, increasing ransomware-induced outages, and more. He researches the ways technology leaders can proactively prepare themselves to improve their recoverability posture.

Darren Orzechowski

Senior Director, Red Hat Ansible Business Unit

Darren Orzechowski is Senior Director at Red Hat, where he leads marketing for Red Hat's Ansible Automation Platform. Prior to Red Hat, he was the Senior Director of Product and Technical Marketing for VMware’s vRealize Cloud Management Suite. In this role, he was responsible for managing the global go-to-market for VMware’s Intelligent Operations solution. Darren’s experience in the cloud management market spans both startups and large companies, including roles in product marketing/management, marketing communications and demand generation. Before VMware, Darren was Vice President of Marketing for Smarts and Voyence, helping to position each for successful acquisition by EMC. Prior to EMC, he held leadership roles at Cabletron, and led marketing for the successful spinoff and launch of Aprisma.