Lessons learned from successful hybrid cloud projects
Date: December 12th 2012
Time: 04:45pm PST
Location: Room H
What are typical hybrid cloud uses cases? What is the scope of initial POC efforts? What are key dependencies during deployment projects? What solutions correlate with better outcomes? What are typical benefits?
If you or your staff are asking these questions, we may be able to help. We studied successful private and hybrid cloud projects at over 140 companies in order to uncover their secrets of success. By looking at what worked at other organizations, you can answer questions that help you get your cloud project right the 1st time.
Attend this session to learn about what worked at IT organizations that successfully deployed private and hybrid IaaS clouds. This isn't a marketing gimmick or sales pitch. This is real research based on rigorous analysis of hard data from a broad range of companies like yours.
Kurt Milne , Managing Director , IT Process Institute
Managing Director of IT Process Institute
Kurt Milne is the managing director of the IT Process Institute, he oversees research, benchmarking, and the development of prescriptive guidance for IT decision makers. He has more than 20 years of experience in various executive management, marketing, and engineering positions at leading technology companies, including Hewlett-Packard and BMC Software. He released a book in April 2011 Visible Ops Private Cloud: from virtualization to private cloud in 4 practical steps. He was primary investigator and author of 5 major research studies from IT Process Institute on IT controls, Change config release, strategic alignment, IT governance, and production server virtualization. He has written dozens of white papers and articles on topics as diverse as semiconductor design and manufacturing, manufacture shop-floor automation, supply chain integration, IT controls, IT service management, datacenter operations, virtualization, and private cloud. He is a professional presenter and frequent speaker at conferences.