While IT budgets have been significantly impacted due to COVID19, the adoption of Cloud remains the one bright spot. Many organizations are accelerating their journey to Cloud to drive agility and elastic scalability in an uncertain business environment. But single Cloud model cannot fit the diverse requirements and workloads across all lines of business and application stacks. Is 2020 the year that enterprise applications finally go Cloud Native and Hybrid / Multi Cloud deployment models become the norm?
The industry’s leading Cloud experts from HCLTech, IBM and Avasant will share their insights and lessons learned to help you build an effective transformation roadmap.
This digital forum will provide tactical insights such as:
- How does one make a business case and start the journey to a Hybrid/Multi-cloud model?
- How would the digital transformation road-map benefit from leveraging the Cloud Native strategy?
- With a plethora of vendor choices and business models, how do you ensure sustainable ROI and alignment with business goals?
- Whats the value of partnering with service integrators to ensure a successful Cloud 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.
Fred Pond has over 30 years of global experience in business transformation and information systems leadership. He is a pioneer in hybrid cloud, dev/ops and automation in technical infrastructure. As the former VP and Global CIO of Columbia Sportswear, Fred is an expert in business process in the areas of manufacturing, supply chain, distribution, transportation and retail. Fred is the Northwest Regional Leadership Forum (RLF) Facilitator for the Society for Information Management.