Webinar

Design your hybrid cloud for the end user—or fail

24 de Octubre de 2018 16:00 UTC

Cracking the cloud: Transform your business with an open hybrid cloud

We're all told the cloud is integral to business transformation. But, what kind of cloud is right for you? Which cloud propels your transformation? From private cloud to hybrid cloud to multicloud container platforms, you need to make choices based on business need and priority.

Before you invest time and money, join this 3-webinar series to help you choose the right mix of cloud that your business needs:

  • The end of the iron age: Building a private cloud infrastructure
  • Design your hybrid cloud for the end user
  • Expanding your private cloud with containers for quick, responsive innovation

 

Webinar 1The end of the iron age: Building a private cloud infrastructure

Webinar 2: Design your hybrid cloud for the end user—or fail

Webinar 3Expanding your private cloud with containers for quick, responsive innovation

 

WEBINAR 2: Design your hybrid cloud for the end user—or fail

The usual approach to beginning business transformation lies with the cloud, and the benefits of a hybrid cloud are clear and uncontested. So why is it that so many enterprises struggle to adopt this exceedingly prevalent technology? Historically, the problem has been an exclusive focus on the tools instead of the people using the tools. 

In this webinar, we we'll discuss why it's imperative in today’s IT landscape to keep the end user as your primary focus when designing and implementing your hybrid cloud. We'll cover:

  • How to build your cloud incrementally to accommodate future fixes and enhancements.
  • Why you need to consider your existing policies and procedures when defining your new cloud experience.
  • How to iteratively design and implement a successful hybrid cloud experience.

 

Live date: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 | 12 p.m. ET

On-demand date: Available for one year afterward


Cameron Wyatt

consulting architect, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat

Cameron Wyatt is a consulting architect with Red Hat who is the technical escalation point for multiple customers, and he performs scoping and discovery sessions, architectural design, and long-term strategy planning. Cameron builds and integrates cloud infrastructure components for government agencies and leads teams responsible for automation, orchestration, and self-service of cloud technologies, successfully transforming enterprise IT infrastructure and driving valuable end-user experiences. Cameron is passionate about DevOps and is a Red Hat Certified Architect.

Ian Tewksbury

consulting architect, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat

Ian Tewksbury is a consulting architect with Red Hat with a passion for process automation and its associated culture change. In his 6 years with Red Hat Consulting, Ian has been involved in projects ranging from application development to self service automated hybrid cloud provisioning—and everything in between. He is a Red Hat Certified Architect who uses his technology knowledge to help clients solve their business problems using a combination of technology, process, and people.