3 Keys to Hybrid and Multi Cloud Adoption
Organizations are increasingly looking to adopt hybrid and multicloud architectures to give them the freedom to choose infrastructure based on market demands. To support these demands, businesses require the speed and agility that cloud computing models provide, along with a secure and controlled environment. During this webinar series, we will cover the key considerations and strategies to successful hybrid and multicloud adoption.
Key considerations of successful hybrid and multi cloud adoption
Organizations are increasingly looking to adopt hybrid and multi cloud architectures to give them the freedom to choose infrastructure based on market demands. To support these demands, businesses require the speed and agility that cloud computing models provide, along with a secure and controlled environment.
Strategy is key to establishing hybrid cloud infrastructure as a foundation for agility and digital business, but developing that strategy can be challenging. Important considerations include implementing security and compliance requirements; balancing the needs of developers, operators, and business lines; and integrating existing infrastructure and operational investments. During this webinar, we’ll discuss the key considerations of successful hybrid and multi cloud adoption as well as an integrated approach to application and infrastructure platforms to have a successful hybrid cloud implementation.
Live event date: Wednesday, November, 6, 2019 | 2 p.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.
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Director, Cloud Infrastructure Practice, Red Hat
Stephane Lefrere, director of Red Hat's center of excellence for cloud infrastructure, helps businesses transform and accelerate innovation using open source cloud and DevOps best practices. He is based in the San Francisco Bay area.
Cloud Solutions Manager, Red Hat
Neeraj works with technical teams in Red Hat Consulting and product teams to incubate new solutions for Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML), hybrid, and multicloud technologies. He is based in Raleigh, NC.
Engineering Manager and Senior Principal Engineer, Red Hat
Will leads a team of data scientists and engineers at Red Hat, where he has used machine learning to solve problems ranging from understanding infrastructure logs at datacenter scale to designing better cycling workouts. His current focus is designing architectures for machine learning systems in the hybrid cloud.
Principal Architect, Red Hat Open Innovation Labs, Red Hat
Øystein is a Linux, OS, platform, infrastructure, and cloud architect, with main focus on infrastructure deployments and DevOps. Through his involvement with Labs customer residencies, he has proven that using Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) to manage Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) environments produces a highly flexible and modular approach to automation.