Cloud and Hybrid Optimisation - Second Session

The London EDITION
14:00 - 16:30 GMT
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45% of organisations who migrate to public cloud will be overprovisioned by 55% and will overspend by 70% according to Gartner. We want to share with you how to avoid this becoming your reality, and what we foresee as the art of the possible.


14:00-14:30 - Registration with coffee 

14:30 - Introductions

14:40 - Cloud in the modern DC – what are the considerations?

95% of the 13,000 customers Softcat work with include Cloud as part of their business strategy. Whether you are utilising SAS services such as O365 or migrating entire departments to the cloud we believe that most businesses are thinking and speaking about cloud. Our Chief Technology Officers will use the opportunity to discuss our observations in relation to Cloud in the modern DC and touch on what we think is important to think about.

15:00- Cloud optimisation, control and governance – Using data insight and automation to make your hybrid cloud strategy work.

According to Gartner 45% of organisations who migrate to public cloud without optimisation will be overprovisioned by as much as 55% and will overspend by 70% during the first 18 months of use.  Join our Chief Technology Officers for Cloud to discuss best practices for controlling cloud consumption, right sizing applications, whilst gaining pro-active governance and security insight to make your cloud deployments work effectively.

15:20 - Break with coffee and refreshments 

15:50 - Application modernisation – What the now and future looks like

Now that most businesses understand the concepts of virtualisation what's next? Softcat are seeing a big shift in the industry whereby customers have started to think how to further modernise their applications. We will discuss where Containers and Serverless architecture models work today and move beyond to concepts for the future.

16:10 - Q&A 

16:30- Session close with networking 

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The London EDITION

Thursday 05 July 2018 14:00 - 16:30 GMT

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