Cloudification in cloudy timesTurn crisis into opportunities for cloud
Telindus is pleased to invite you to the 4th edition of its Cloud Conference dedicated to Public Cloud.
2022 and the years ahead will bring many changes for businesses to face... From climate to geopolitics, organizations need to start adapting their strategies for the future of the public cloud. Therefore this event will be dedicated to "crisis" that are opportunities for cloud.
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By Jacques Ruckert, Telindus
Enterprises are experiencing a triple squeeze of exploding inflation, vanishing talent and stagnating supply chains. Hear how clouds providers and customer are adapting their cloud strategies and portfolio’s to drive performance under this “triple squeeze” of unique pressures. Hear how Industry orientation, composable adaptability and sovereign delivery are just some of the trends that are driving today’s cloud offerings forward.
By Gregor Petri, Gartner
We are currently living in troubled times due to the various crises we have experienced or are still experiencing (political, energetic, sanitary, etc.). As a result, a kind of global and worldwide instability has been created, opening the door to an increasing number of cyber-attacks, leading to a need for more control over the protection and governance of one's data. Data sovereignty is one of the main concerns and reasons for developing a sovereign cloud. From this comes many concerns about economic independence and competitiveness, data protection and IT security.
In this first part, we will focus on the question of the sovereign cloud: is it really a guarantee of data security?
We will also look at how the risk of data loss can be reduced and, above all, how to increase the chances of data recovery in the event of an attack.
- 17.40 :Sovereignty in a cloud world by Jean-Benoit van Bunnen & Ron Pooters, Microsoft
How to rhyme the desire to innovate with innovative cloud technology while respecting the increased need for more sovereignty?
In this session we’ll walk you through what being sovereign means, the importance of data classification and the different architecture options you have with their pros and cons.
- 18.00: Data security, recovery & Availability by Christian Lazard, Telindus (moderation) - Wouter Winters, Commvault & Chris Greenwood, NetApp
Applications are the most important part of the transformation to the cloud. As a growing trend, more and more organizations are moving part of their workload to the cloud, making the transfer of applications and data a critical part of cloud adoption.
During this second part of the event, we will give you the keys to successfully modernize your applications to facilitate your transition to the cloud and to benefit from its advantages.
By Eva Gram & Christophe Zingg, Codit
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