Critical considerations for a successful cloud migration

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Virtual Masterclass

Wednesday, June 29th, 14:00 SGT

IT leaders in Singapore are invited to join this virtual masterclass on ‘Critical considerations for a successful cloud migration.’.

Participants can expect a stimulating program in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a certain number of guests per event.

Critical considerations for a successful cloud migration

Where cloud projects fail is not so much about the cloud selection but about picking the wrong workloads to migrate and not paying attention to security, governance, and other core services. Meanwhile, the customer focus on digital transformation centres on the need to balance flexibility, security, cost, and speed.

Public cloud is increasingly integral to business imperatives, spanning choices ranging from hybrid cloud to ‘all-in’ single cloud and even multi-cloud optimisations. IDC forecasts public cloud services spending to total $277 billion in 2021, yet despite this growth, enterprises struggle with basic cloud migration questions.* The challenge now is identifying the best strategy to drive one’s organisation towards success.

*IDC, Worldwide Public Cloud Services Spending Forecast to Reach $160 Billion This Year, According to IDC, Jan 2018

  • What apps, workloads, and databases should companies migrate? Can they start in smaller, achievable sprints with verifiable wins, or do they have to go all in?
  • How can leaders eliminate complexity and ensure the performance integrity of multi-tier and stateful applications?
  • What cloud model makes sense for organisations aiming to de-risk their migration to maintain stringent application SLAs and business continuity?

Join leaders interested in discussing the profound and long-term impact of cloud on business agility, efficiency, level of risk, and TCO, and how leading organisations navigate various conditions into a streamlined cloud migration experience.

Job titles may include CIO, CTO, Head of IT, IT Infrastructure Manager, IT Operations Managers, and other senior executives.

2:05 PM: Welcome address by The Ortus Club
2:10 PM: Welcome address by Cloud Kinetics
2:15 PM: Presentation 1
2:35 PM: Presentation 2
2:55 PM: Presentation 3
3:15 PM: Q&A session with the presenters
3:25 PM: Closing remarks
3:30 PM: End of session

Hosted by Cloud Kinetics, in partnership with: Google Cloud

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