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Navigating your multi-cloud strategy
- Thursday, 10th September 2020
- Registration: 12:25 - Close 14:00
- Location: Virtual
For many companies the move to hybrid or multi-cloud has been a reality for some time, whether intentional or not. This session will look at how you should approach this strategically as a business. The benefits of using the best features from the providers best suited for the circumstance is appealing but with it comes added complexity and security and governance concerns.
What are the considerations that should be taken in to account in creating or implementing a multi-cloud strategy?
Our Keynote Speakers
Vasilis Anastasiou, Group IT Director Operations and Infrastructure, Motor Oil
Considerations that should be taken into account in creating or implementing a multi-cloud strategy?
Technology Expert with 20 years of experience in Information Technology roles varying from IT Infrastructure, Service Delivery & Operations, Client Management, Enterprise Architecture, Risk Management, Supplier Management, Business Continuity, Governance & Policies to Cyber Security. Demonstrated history of working in banking, manufacturing, FMCG, construction, energy and heavy industry sectors on local and International positions.
Hiren Parekh, VP – Northern Europe, OVHcloud
Key decisions to make for multi-cloud success
As CIOs exercise their position as the agents of change, let’s look at how cloud consumption is driving change and what this means for organisations. In addition to smooth cloud migration and digital transformation, organisations must ensure trusted cloud environments – and there are many boxes to tick. Enable change and innovation, control costs, ensure security compliance, future-proof your choice of cloud provider with no vendor lock-in.
Lee Smith, CEO of Logit.io
From Start Up to Scale Up: Employing Cloud in your innovation strategy
Lee will explain how leading Logit.io from startup to scaleup has required effective use of multiple cloud solutions. As an ISO 27001 certified centralised logging and metrics management company, their platform serves FTSE 100, government and fast-growing smaller organisations alike. Building a secure and compliant solution with the performance to process billions of logs per day required Logit.io to scale horizontally, but also maintain the right balance between storage and compute power, with the high-performance raw disk power to run Elasticsearch for data analytics. Lee will explain how Logit has had to adjust and evolve.
Event Chair: André Simm, Interim IT Director and CWC Consultant
André has led IT services and transformation programmes for clients and large IT outsourcing and consultancy organisations (IBM, Capgemini, Computacenter) with major Global, European and UK brands (including GE, General Motors, Nationwide, AstraZeneca, Equifax, BG Group, Fidelity, HBOS, Ingeus and CIFF). He has a wide industry experience including Finance & Banking, Public Sector, Non-Profit, Pharmaceutical, Aviation, Oil & Gas, Retail, Healthcare, Utilities.