Although many enterprises have successfully migrated some workloads to the cloud, according to a McKinsey study, around 80% report they have not achieved the agility or business outcomes they wanted. To address these challenges, Google Cloud developed Anthos, an application platform that lets you modernize your existing apps and build cloud-native ones anywhere - simply, securely and cost effectively.
In this exclusive virtual event, we will explain how to accelerate Cloud innovation by migrating from any Kubernetes-based workload to Google Anthos and be more cost-efficient by running your services and workloads on Anthos.
- Start focusing on Cloud-Native innovation within a Hybrid or Multi-Cloud Architecture
- Anthos Migration Approach & Best Practices
- The benefits of Anthos and an overview of a successful business migration journey to Google Anthos and operations beyond migration
Alan Flower heads the HCLTech Cloud Native Labs & Advisory Services business and is also HCLTech CTO for Europe, Middle East, and Africa. A successful entrepreneur and technologist, Alan is deeply passionate about using technology to support the digital transformation of business and driving the creation of innovative products and services.
Alan has an extensive track record as both visionary and thought-leader. He combines in-depth architectural and engineering credibility with real hands-on experience leading global technology organizations.
Thomas De Vos is a Cloud-Native Architect within the Cloud Native Labs at HCLTech in London. Thomas, a hands-on problem solver, has a wealth of experience and profound technical insight into designing enterprise applications for the last 20 years within large corporations, such as Lloyds Banking, Barclays Mercantile, Fidelity Investments and Vodafone. Thomas is specialized in providing secure, hybrid scalable architectures and has generated measurable strategic business value on the Google Cloud Platform.
Andrew Haschka leads the Asia Pacific Technology Practice for Application Modernization at Google Cloud. He brings 20 years of experience in the software, infrastructure and services industries to his role at Google Cloud.
Andrew has been focused on Business and Enterprise vision for many years and is certified in both TOGAF and Zachman architecture frameworks. He is keen to ensure that business objectives are met before technology solutions are proposed.