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Digital Boardroom In 5 – Practical Options and Reference Architectures for Future Business Continuity
Our thanks to Neil Briscoe, CTO for Cloud Gateway who led an excellent session on how COVID-19 presented a serious threat to business continuity and expertly moderated by Ian Golding. Neil provides expansions on modern architectures and technologies which present compelling business cases for a range of requirements. Here are his top 5 takeaways.
Contributor and Cloud Evangelist Ian Moyse seeks the capabilities most have come to hope from a multi-cloud environment. Many either pay lip service in delivery or have found their current approaches limiting. Where is the promised land of “easy to shift when required” and to mix cloud platforms freely without limitations of cost and development? The Multi-cloud enables an organisation to distribute workloads across multiple cloud environments, mitigating single cloud risks and gaining a bigger return for investment.
CIO WaterCooler Contributor and Bloor Research Director Paul Bevan delves into the details of the Thousand Eyes Cloud Performance Benchmark report. This is a fascinating and must-read report for those of you using Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Platform (GCP), IBM Cloud or Alibaba Cloud to run important operational applications. It covers end-user to and from the Cloud measurements, inter-availability zone (AZ) and inter-region cloud vendor specific performance as well as network performance between the cloud vendors.
Cloud Gateway CTO Neil Briscoe shares cost-efficient options for business continuity, in sharp contrast to the cost-intensive contingency plans many implemented in the wake of COVID-19.
Don’t miss the interactive Digital Boardroom with Neil and CIO Chair Ian Golding on the 14th of July.
The old view of home working is gone forever; we have the choice not to return entirely to the way we worked before.