Join Our Webinar & Download Our eBook On Cloud Migration With A Twist
Aug 18, 2022 03:00 PM BST / 04:00 PM SAST
Digital transformation is no longer an option. In fact, it’s a prerequisite to organisational success and one’s ability to comfortably pivot in this rapid and fast-changing world.
That’s why this guide will be of great value to you. Working across industries, the work that we have done with our clients has taught us the value of making this transition comfortable and secure. Even in the harshest of times, we were able to take an airline back into the air by guiding them to the cloud and reducing their infrastructure costs by 60%!
Here's What We'll Be Unpacking
Brendon De Meyer
Senior Cloud Architect
As a Senior Cloud Architect and Consultant, Brendon uses his extensive knowledge on cloud to aid clients in moving to the cloud, reducing their spend and fine-tuning their systems for world-class results.
With a sharp understanding of business and several years of cloud experience behind him, Dhiren delivers high-level expertise to help enterprises reliably adopt and scale hyperscaler technology.
Cloud Ops Engineer
A results-driven cloud specialist with technical experience across a range of industries, Neil is responsible for implementing and facilitating cloud technologies at the enterprise level.
Host With The Most
Simon is the best blend of smarts and charms that makes him the ideal Sales Engineer to help make AI work for your organisation, not to mention that he is constantly on the move. If it’s not trotting the fashion runways, it’s running his next personal best marathon.
What Is Cloud Migration?
Let’s first identify what the cloud is.
The cloud is a collection of IT services (servers, software, databases) that exist on the internet. These servers are located in data centres across the world and can be accessed securely at any given time and in any given place.
Taking It All To The Cloud
Cloud migration is the decision to move away from old systems and approaches. This means leaving behind outdated and impractical technologies and making a shift towards relevant and more efficient ones; from traditional IT systems and infrastructures to modern ones.