Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time/ 09:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Enterprise IT executives are embracing the use of multiple cloud providers (multi-cloud) to expand services and enhance application service delivery. As more cloud services are added from different providers, the complexity of delivering services to clients reliably and economically becomes a greater challenge, posing a risk of service degradation and dissatisfied clients or customers.
This webinar will explore the state of multi-cloud market adoption and the importance of balancing workload and service delivery across multiple cloud and service resources that need to be managed.
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Brought to you by:
Alan Howard, Principal Analyst, Cloud & Data Center Research Practice
Alan focuses on cloud and colocation service provider markets and covers service revenues, data center locations and new construction, and the distribution of data center capex. Coverage includes current service provider revenue performance, service offering trends and insights, and data center construction and expansion.
Alan has more than 30 years of experience in the information technology industry, serving in technical, marketing, research, and business management roles. He is frequently invited to speak at conferences and advise on colocation, data center, and cloud markets and strategies. Prior to joining Omdia, he was vice president and chief researcher for Wired Real Estate Group, a data center advisory firm. Alan was responsible for consulting with investors, investment banks, data center operators, real estate owners, and enterprises to assist with market assessments and strategy.
David Blakey, co-CEO and CTO
Dave Blakey founded Snapt in 2012 and currently serves as the company’s CEO. Dave has evolved into a leading expert on DevOps, hyper-scale and programmability with deep domain expertise in high performance network systems, management, security solutions, and on-demand hyper-scale in an increasingly complex, fragmented and rapid changing environment. He is a passionate advocate for advancing South Africa’s start-up ecosystem and expanding the global presence of the country’s tech hub.