Transforming Your Organization

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Wednesday, May 13, 2020 TIME: 11:00-12:00 LOCATION: CHIEMSEE


Organizations are moving from using IT services that are exclusively delivered by equipment on-premises to a mixture of delivery models that also include hosting as well as cloud services.  The move to this hybrid environment is being driven by digital transformation intended to provide greater flexibility as well as improved efficiency.  However, it also increases the challenges of management, security and compliance. 

KuppingerCole provides a comprehensive Hybrid Cloud Security Reference Architecture as the common denominator for a building block-based approach to individual architecture designs. This presentation will describe the architecture components necessary to design, implement a secure and compliant hybrid IT service delivery model within the enterprise. 

After attending this session, you will be able to: 

  • Describe the KuppingerCole Hybrid Cloud reference architecture. 

  • List the service planes involved in the hybrid cloud and how these relate to on-premises and IT cloud services. 

  • Describe how responsibility is shared for management, security, and compliance. 

  • Describe the key elements of the architecture and how these relate to the five security objectives defined by NIST Cybersecurity framework. 


A story based on personal experience of leading several companies to a smooth cloud migration. We will look at some real-life tips & tricks.
We will discuss how to choose the cloud provider and the cloud setup – single-cloud, multi-cloud or hybrid-cloud.
We will talk about what does ‘cloud-readiness’ means and when it is achieved.
Should we start with a Zero Trust Architecture?
What are possible approaches for cloud migration - pros and cons.
After all, is a migration a one-off event or a continuous process?

Key Takeaways:
- what is the starting point for a cloud migration and possible paths to it
- which are main prerequisites to reach cloud-readiness
- how on-premise resources map to cloud ones - real-life examples
- Zero Trust Architecture overview



Eleni Richter is chief architect of the identity and organizational data management at EnBW. She is responsible for design and architecture of a next generation identity management system at EnBW. She has been working as it-security manager, it-consultant, it-system designer and project...

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Munich, Germany


European Identity & Cloud Conference 2020

Registration fee:
€1600.00 till 15.04.2020
$2000.00 till 15.04.2020
S$2560.00 till 15.04.2020
23100.00 kr
17600.00 kr till 15.04.2020
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  • May 12 - 15, 2020 Munich, Germany


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