Join Us: Key considerations for an effective cloud strategy

It’s no secret that more and more companies are turning to cloud solutions to ignite innovation and reduce costs, and that growth is impacting vertical industries as well. Telco companies are tapping into cloud to enable faster development and delivery of new products, the energy, oil and gas market is looking to cloud-based high performance computing (HPC) to run a variety of data and compute-heavy applications, mobile payment processors in the financial services arena are working in the cloud, and researchers in the healthcare field are using cloud for big data analysis. If you’re one of many considering the move to cloud, join us for a webinar on September 5 as we review key considerations for implementing a cloud approach within your business.

In the webinar, Matt Nolan, senior cloud architect within Red Hat’s cloud infrastructure practice, and Stephane Lefrere, director of the cloud infrastructure practice at Red Hat, will outline critical choices when considering a cloud strategy, and how to best navigate those. Determining your organization’s cloud strategy can be complex, and important considerations must be made about security and compliance requirements while balancing the needs of developers and existing infrastructure implementations.

During the webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Evaluate the best mix of private and public cloud options for your business
  • Prioritize services for your developers and end users
  • Identify new approaches to freedom of choice, mobility, and service delivery acceleration
  • Define a cloud strategy that accelerates delivering new applications and innovative solutions

The webinar will be held at 11 a.m. EDT on Tuesday, September 5. Register today, and be sure to check out the other webinars in our series on step-by-step cloud strategy definition!

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