Cloud Secrets Webinar Series: The Five Stages of Cloud Adoption – Benchmarking Your Org and Where to Go Next
Previously Recorded March 22, 2017 | 12:00PM – 1:00PM EST
Whether unsanctioned Shadow IT, or fully-governed hybrid cloud, enterprises adopt the public cloud in five discrete stages, each marked by tell-tale practices, challenges, and cost structures.
In the earliest stages, organizations struggle to understand the ever-evolving service catalogues offered by burgeoning cloud providers like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and IBM Softlayer. Native and supplemental tooling requirements are foreign concepts, costs are accepted ad hoc, and little to no governance exists to slow spend down.
In the advanced stage, enterprises have accelerated speed of service delivery to nearly instantaneous provisioning delivered through Platform- and Container-as-a-Service (PaaS and CaaS) orchestration workflows, fully automated and governed by budgetary, performance and compliance requirements.
Join us for this first installation of the Turbonomic Cloud Journey Series as speakers Mor Cohen and Eric Wright usher you through the five stages of cloud adoption and help your organization benchmark where it is and where it’s going.
Our webinar will conclude with an interactive Q&A session, and all registered attendees will receive one (1) entry to Turbonomic’s Green Circle Community AWS re:Invent Sweepstakes – your very own chance to attend the new marquee event in cloud and data center!
About the Speakers
Before joining Turbonomic, Eric Wright served as a systems architect at Raymond James in Toronto. As a result of his work, Eric was named a VMware vExpert and Cisco Champion with a background in virtualization, OpenStack, business continuity, PowerShell scripting and systems automation. He’s worked in many industries, including financial services, health services and engineering firms. As the author behind DiscoPosse.com, a technology and virtualization blog, Eric is also a regular contributor to community-driven technology groups such as the vBrownBag community and leading the VMUG organization in Toronto, Canada. He is a Pluralsight Author, the leading provider of online training for tech and creative professionals. Eric’s latest course is “Introduction to OpenStack” you can check it out at pluralsight.com.
Mor is a Senior Software Engineer on the Advanced Solutions team where she works on finding new ways for Turbonomic’s Autonomic Platform to improve and control the state of the datacenter in-house and in the cloud.
Mor is regularly leading the research and development in support of disruptive technology such as SDN, containers and public clouds. In addition she is one of the main architects behind some of Turbonomic’s most innovative patents such as the Network Control, License Control and Price-Based Control.
Mor is a Master of Computer Engineering from Cornell and has been with Turbonomic since 2010. She is fluent in 5 languages, lived in 4 countries and loves hiking and traveling.
Turbonomic’s autonomic performance platform enables customers to manage cloud and enterprise virtualization environments to assure application performance while maximizing resource utilization. Headquartered in Boston, MA, Turbonomic provides the only technology capable of closing the loop in IT operations by automating the decision-making process to maintain a complex data center environment in a healthy state.