Tomorrow’s capabilities with today’s tech: adopting new tools for on-prem

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Tuesday, April 5th, 18:30 BST

IT, Infrastructure, and Cloud leaders in London are invited to join this roundtable dinner on Tomorrow’s Capabilities with Today’s Tech: Adopting New Tools for On-Prem.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a select number of guests per event.

Tomorrow’s capabilities with today’s tech: adopting new tools for on-prem

Public cloud offers various advantages, but many workloads are difficult to migrate to the cloud—and perhaps should not be migrated at all. While public cloud vendors continue to develop new ways of managing technology resources, many of these methods remain out of reach for the local data centre or are piecemeal, making them nearly impossible to integrate effectively. However, new technologies are emerging that may offer some of the agility needed to move as fast as the cloud without requiring a massive migration.

As organisations struggle with how and where to place their applications, there are many elements at play: risk and security, application refactoring, reskilling IT workers, and, of course, costs. All this must be considered against the backdrop of rapidly increasing volumes of data, increased competitiveness driving the need for rapid response, and the steady explosion of new paradigms and technologies to keep up with.

  • How do organizations plan for the future and the seemingly unending stampede of new technologies? What role does Composable Disaggregated Infrastructure play?
  • What are companies doing with legacy apps? How do they manage platform changes, changes in development methods, and operations moving to more automated methods like containers?
  • How could cloud-like agility and efficiency in the data centre transform a company’s approach to leveraging technology to win in the market?

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The Ortus Club hosts knowledge-sharing discussions in the best private dining rooms in the world. These venues provide an elegant high-end atmosphere and impeccable table service.

Attended by:

Chief Data Officer at Farfetch
Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence at BT for Global business
Head of Liduiqdity Technology at Credit Suisse
Associate Director at GSK
Senior Software Engineer at Sky
Technical Product Owner and Systems Engineer at Sky
Infrastructure Engineering Manager at G Research
Software Engineering Team Lead at Bloomberg LP
Security Architect Lead at Refinitiv

For insight on this event, photos and guest interactions, see our post on LinkedIn.

6:30 PM: Arrival of guests and reception
7:00 PM: Welcome by The Ortus Club
7:05 PM: Short address from Fungible
7:10 PM: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
7:45 PM: Starters served
8:10 PM: Discussion brought to a close and mains are served
8:30 PM: Desserts are served
8:45 PM: Coffee and tea
9:30 PM: Guests normally start leaving

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