Accelerating Digital Transformation with Containers, Fast Data and Hybrid Cloud.
Accelerating Digital Transformation with Containers, Fast Data and Hybrid Cloud
HCL & Mesosphere Joint On-Demand Webinar
Digital transformation is easier said than done! Many enterprises struggle with the right digital transformation strategy that balances speed, cost while also preventing vendor lock-in.
In this joint webinar, HCL and Mesosphere have provided successful digital transformation strategies by automating operations for data services, micro-services, and applications consistently and securely across hybrid cloud infrastructures including datacenter, edge and multi-cloud environment.
HCL, in partnership with Mesosphere, has developed the next gen containers solution- ContainerizIT. ContainerizIT is a comprehensive solution for automating your applications on the infrastructure of your choice.
In this webinar you will learn about how HCL customers can achieve the following benefits:
- Automate new projects and initiatives such as Docker, Kubernetes, CI/CD, IoT, Machine learning and real-time data services.
- Modernize legacy Java EE applications with no application refactoring or modifications.
- Run entire application stack, including applications and data across a hybrid or multi-cloud infrastructure for cloud bursting, disaster recovery, and cost optimization.
Watch this On-demand webinar to understand how you can accelerate digital transformation with containers, fast data and hybrid cloud.
About the speakers
AVP & Head, Next Gen Datacenter Practice, HCL
Piyush has more than a decade of experience helping HCL customers design contemporary data centers. His current focus is to design and implement SDI-driven Data Centers for Enterprises looking to support their digital initiatives.
Director, Product Marketing and Management, Mesosphere
Amr has more than 12 years of experience building, operating data center and cloud infrastructure. Before Mesosphere he worked at VMware where he worked on SDDC, OpenStack, and Cloud Native technologies. He also spent 8 years building and operating large-scale government systems.