Not all Clouds are the same
What does an Enterprise grade cloud mean for your business?

Join Us: November 4th 2020 | 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM SGT

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November 4th 2020

SGT Time

10:30 AM – 11:30 AM SGT

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Until recently, the demand for enterprise cloud has been to migrate relatively simple applications and workloads to cloud infrastructure or using public cloud to test new technologies and extending existing applications.
The growing need for agility and readily accessible data to quickly create new insights and customized features has shifted enterprise cloud focus from migrate and modernize to build and innovate. This crucial demand comes with the need for secure solutions—surrounding compliance and security, difficulty managing across clouds and IT, and tangible delivery methods.
But are these simple realities to deal with? A Forrester report states that “4 in 10 cloud decision-makers wish they had selected a different vendor, and more than half wish they had spent more time choosing their vendor”.
Whether you are planning to migrate a mobile app to the cloud or modernize your application estate on a larger journey to cloud, choosing the right partner and a robust plan are equally important for your success. To understand what “enterprise grade” means for your mission critical applications begins with evaluating what you need from a cloud provider.
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  • Leverage the advantages of cloud, without foregoing the characteristics and capabilities that business leaders expect and demand from their enterprise applications.
  • Explore a wide range of choice to migrate, provision, and configure critical workloads in the cloud, with broad support for Kubernetes, Knative, Istio, and Cloud Foundry.
  • Understand how IBM Cloud delivers enterprise grade workload capabilities, market-leading data and app protection, and open source innovations.

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    Anthony Dasari

    GTM Offering Manager, Public Cloud IBM

    GTM Offering Manager, Public Cloud

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