Hybrid, Multi - Cloud and IT Infrastructure

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Wednesday, September 15, 2021 TIME: 12:00-13:00 LOCATION: AMMERSEE I


Cloud services have enabled organizations to exploit leading edge technologies without the need for large capital expenditure.  In addition, to survive the COVID pandemic, organizations have had to accelerate their use of these services.  The market for these services is forecast to grow significantly as organizations complete their digital transformation and move, migrate, or modernize their IT systems.  However, according to some estimates only around 4% of enterprise workloads have currently been moved to the public cloud.  The factors limiting this growth are the challenges faced by organizations of managing the security and compliance of this new complex hybrid IT environment.  This presentation will describe how we expect the market for cloud services to evolve and the key changes needed to help organizations to manage these challenges. 


Mike Small is the retired director of security management strategy of CA, where he was responsible for the technical strategy for CA's security management software product line within Europe, Middle East and Africa. Mike did work for CA between 1994 and 2009, where he developed CA’s...

During the last couple of years, hybrid and multi-cloud solutions are becoming very popular. With the emerging cloud options, modern enterprises increasingly rely on hybrid cloud solutions to meet their computational demands by acquiring additional resources from public clouds dynamically as per their needs. International Data Corporation (IDC), which is a leading market-research firm, in its CloudView Survey 2017, reported that 87% of cloud users have adopted a hybrid cloud strategy and 56% of the users use more than one type of cloud deployment. Still, many organizations hesitate to use Cloud computing because they have data that must stay private, and it is difficult to avoid Cloud provider lock-in. Moreover, different Cloud providers offer different solutions and it could be desirable to mix and match the best offerings. The minimal deployment requirements for most Cloud users are to minimize the deployment cost while maximizing the performance of their application. Cloud Computing offers significant advantages over traditional cluster computing architectures including flexibility, high-availability, ease of deployments, and on-demand resource allocation - all packed up in an attractive pay-as-you-go economic model for the users.
This panel will provide an introduction to the Multi-Cloud application modeling, configuration, deployment, and adaptation, including the survey of the existing Cloud Management Platforms (CMP), modeling methods, and languages.


Paweł Skrzypek is a highly experienced architect of ICT systems, with extensive knowledge of machine learning and Big Data solutions. Chief Multi-Cloud architect, working on http://www.melodic.cloud project and other Cloud Computing projects, focusing on multi-cloud and serverless...

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  • Sep 13 - 16, 2021 08:00-20:00 Munich, Germany
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