Hybrid cloud deployments are the favoured strategy of enterprises seeking to combine the benefits of innovation, hyper scale, speed and consumption, while simultaneously fulfilling on their regulatory compliance obligations. Creating these highly performant environments also enable a dynamic and optimized workload placement over time and rapid acceleration towards digitalisation. But if you want to improve the chances that your hybrid cloud is delivering on its promise, you must consider how technologies like Kubernetes (ie, via OpenShift) can build the appropriate foundation for your business.
But with all the hype and mystery around ‘containerization’ what is the true value that they can deliver? Gartner estimates that enterprises leveraging containerization will jump from just 30% in 2020 to 75% by 2022. This session will explore the important considerations around your approach to containerization for you to realise the full value of your chosen strategy;
- Development Culture
- Container Management tools e.g. Kubernetes and OpenShift
- Appliance-based solutions
Event DateWednesday, 21st April 2021
Event Time12:55 - 14:00
VP, D4t4 Solutions Inc
Bill is currently the VP for D4t4 Solutions Inc, a UK-founded tech company quoted on the London Stock Exchange who have been helping some of the world’s largest banks, insurers, telcos and retailers unlock the true value from all their data assets for over 30 years. Bill was previously the CEO of North America for Ebiquity plc, is a regular conference presenter and widely recognised for his experience and expertise in the media, data and analytics space where he has worked for over 18 years. Bill started Analytics Neat, a weekly Podcast where he talks about many different themes and topics within businesses today, take a look at his Podcasts here #AnalyticsNeat
Currently CTO at Barclays having spent most of his career working in a range of technology roles and industry verticals focusing on delivering digital transformation. Has worked across the entire spectrum of technology, from digital workplace, project delivery, software development and infrastructure and possess a keen interest in organizational development and developing leaders of the future. Usman’s experience puts him in a unique position in providing an end-end view of the technology life-cycle alongside astute commercial and vendor management skills.