Cloud Secrets Webinar Series: De-Fogging the Public Cloud – Tools, Costs and Shadows
Previously Recorded April 12, 2017
In the earliest stage of Cloud Adoption, De-Fogging, organizations struggle simply to understand what their options are. What does this stage look like? Few workloads, if any, reside in public clouds. Those that do are fragmented pods of Dev/Test applications maintained by fragmented Dev teams. IT proper is in the earliest stages of devising a cloud strategy, researching and evaluating all of the below and more:
- Options – what public cloud services exist and how are they differentiated
- Workload candidacy – what can move and what requires refactoring?
- Costs – at a high level, how to public cloud costs compare to private infrastructure?
- What monitoring, migration and automation toolsets should we be evaluating?
- What steps should we be taking today to position ourselves for successful cloud adoption?
Join Turbonomic cloud expert Steve Haines, as he ushers you through the successful process he and team took at Disney to refactor and migrate a mission-critical Parks app to Amazon Web Services. What should you be doing today to set your organization up for cloud success? Ask Steve!
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.
Steven Haines is a Principal Software Architect at Turbonomic. He recently joined Turbonomic after spending the better part of the past 8 years in the architecture team at Disney, working extensively on their migration to the cloud. He has written two Java programming books, a performance analysis book, more than 500 articles, and more than a dozen white papers on performance, scalability, and cloud-based architectures.
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.