Why is hybrid cloud computing the strategy of choice for Fortune 1000 companies?
New York, NY
I'm convinced 2013 is going to be the year of the hybrid cloud infrastructure, says Tracy Corbo, Principal Research Analyst at Enterprise Management Associates. Why?
The economic, time-to-market and business agility benefits of public cloud computing are very attractive. However, it is not clear that public cloud is the right solution for all applications and in all circumstances. So, is a hybrid solution right for your enterprise? To effectively implement a hybrid strategy, you need an integrated IT strategy including security, management, capacity management and resource pooling.
This all-star panel will look at hybrid cloud strategy in the enterprise:
- How do you know what architecture is right for you?
- How do you do security, disaster recovery and management across these environments?
- How do you control costs in a hybrid environment?
- Which applications belong in the cloud and which should be kept in the data center?
- How do you react to a dynamic, unpredictable world?
- When would you use both public and private cloud for the same application?
SPEAKERS (more to come)
Steve Schoener, Vice President of Client Technology, Eze Castle Integration
Steve Schoener is vice president of client technology at Eze Castle Integration, a leading provider of IT solutions and private cloud services to over 600 alternative investment firms around the world. In this role, Mr. Schoener is responsible for driving technology growth through Eze Castle Integration’s global offices as well as assisting in product and service evaluations with new and existing hedge fund and investment management clients.
Prior to joining the Eze Castle Integration team, Mr. Schoener was head of IT for DW Investment Management in New York, where he oversaw all technology initiatives for the firm. He was also previously employed by UBS Investment Bank as an associate director and Eze Castle as an associate director of technology in the New York region.
Mr. Scheoner is a graduate of University at Albany – State University of New York with a degree in computer science.
William Whelpley, Customer Solution Design & Business Development, IBM North America
Mr. William Whelpley is Customer Solution Design and Business Development supporting the IBM SmartCloud Services portfolio in the North America. In this role he is leads business development activities and successful contract delivery for cloud-focused services adopted by enterprise, and service provider customers. Most of his recent work has been in assisting Clients with the adoption of Cloud Computing, Services Oriented Architecture, Service Management Frameworks, and IT Governance.
Mr. Whelpley graduated from Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business with a M.S. in Finance . Before joining IBM Global Services in 2003, Mr. Whelpley held positions in Finance, and IT Operations on Wall Street and in several start-up companies.
Jim Anthony, Vice President of Sales Engineering, Verizon Terremark
Jim Anthony is vice president of sales engineering at Verizon Terremark, where he is responsible for the implementation of all designs, solutions and proposals generated by the company’s sales teams. In this capacity, Anthony leads a global team of technical system architects, security specialists and custom engineers who excel at reducing the complexity of traditional IT operations while increasing business agility.
As a recognized thought leader, Anthony has represented Verizon Terremark at major industry events, including VMworld and Cloud Expo, where he has offered valuable perspective on virtualized and traditional environments and strategic positioning of cloud solutions.
Prior to joining Terremark in 2009, Anthony spent 20 years in various management and consulting roles for technology companies such as AT&T and Sybase. He has a diverse background managing large complex IT organizations and a deep technical knowledge of systems and applications.
Anthony earned his Bachelors of Science in Accounting and Computer Science from Minnesota State University and resides in Dallas, Texas.
Andrew Nusca, Editor, ZDNet
When & Where
New York Technology Council
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