Thinking About Moving Your Workloads Off the Cloud?
Why should I attend?
As a technical leader, you will inevitably reach a point where you think, “maybe if I move infrastructure workloads and invest off of cloud, I can save on costs.”
Cloud repatriation is boldly trending among enterprise decision-makers to reduce costs. But the question is: how should you be thinking about it if it all?
We’re bringing some of the most influential market influencers in the industry to discuss this hot topic. The panel will include an innovative digital native company, a top analyst, and one of the most recognizable voices in Google Cloud.
Together, they will provide practical points of view to help inform and provide guidance on questions like:
- How much do your applications, tech stack, and architecture factor into the decision?
- Which parts of your infrastructure would you want to move and why?
- What equipment investments will you need to make?
- How will you need to upgrade staff to operate?
- How will you secure your environment?
- Finally, an answer to, “do I really want to do this?”
Who is speaking at this event?
|Miles Ward |
|Rich Hoyer |
Director of Customer FinOps, SADA
|Keyur Govande |
VP Infrastructure and Chief Architect, Etsy
|Nick Tornow |
Platform Lead, Twitter
What should I expect?
You can expect to feel armed with the tools needed to make more intelligent and informed decisions about running your workloads and scaling your business.
You’ll also make invaluable real-time connections with other digital native founders and teams who are navigating the same terrain as you through our thriving and growing global community.
You will also have the opportunity to connect in real-time directly with fellow Google Cloud developers and engineers and do so in an intimate yet open forum.
Before attending this event, read up on C2C’s interview with Rich Hoyer.
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