Getting Multi-Cloud Under Control: A Half-Day Summit
Date: Friday, August 7th at 9am PDT / Noon EDT
Usage and spending on multi-cloud was surging already when the pandemic, and its work-from-home imperatives, poured gasoline on the fire. That rush to the cloud was necessary, but it has left a situation for many organizations that involves uncoordinated usage of clouds from multiple vendors. That in turn leads to inefficiencies in performance, expenses and monitoring, as well as security gaps.
Attend this half-day virtual summit to learn what you need to know now about getting multi-cloud under control.
As always, our summit session content is from the editors of Redmondmag, plus independent experts who offer real-world insight and advice that attendees can use right away!
Session 1: 9:00 a.m. – 9:55 a.m. PDT
Grappling with the Performance Challenges of a Multi-Cloud Approach
Session 2: 10:00 a.m. – 10:55 a.m. PDT
Corralling Costs in a Multi-Cloud Setting: Best Practices from the Experts
Session 3: 11:00 a.m. – 12 p.m. PDT
Securing a Multi-Cloud: Effective Approaches for Getting and Staying Secure
About the presenters:
Nick Cavalancia, Chief Techvangelist, Techvangelism
Nick Cavalancia, Microsoft MVP, has 25 years of enterprise IT experience, is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer, and columnist and has achieved industry certifications throughout the years including MCSE, MCT, MCNE, and MCNI. He has authored, co-authored and contributed to over two dozen books on various Microsoft technologies.
Howard M. Cohen, Sr. Resultant, The TechChannel Partners’ Results Group
Howard is a 35+ year executive veteran of the Information Technology industry who today writes for and about the IT channel. He’s a frequent speaker at IT industry events that include Microsoft Inspire, Citrix Synergy/Summit, ConnectWise IT Nation, ChannelPro Forums, Cloud Partners Summit, MicroCorp One-On-One, and CompTIA ChannelCon, frequently hosts and presents webinars for many vendors and publications.
Dana Epp, Security Researcher
Dana is a security researcher, penetration tester and entrepreneur. Dana is the founder of Scorpion Software Corp., a security company that provided an authentication and authorization system designed for managed service providers. After Scorpion was sold to Kaseya, Dana first served as principal architect for Kaseya's security product line, then became CTO for all of Kaseya. Dana is a Microsoft Regional Director and a Microsoft Enterprise Security MVP.