Whether you’re currently transitioning towards the cloud, already a seasoned multi-cloud professional or operating a hybrid approach, a cloud first strategy is one that can deliver competitive advantage and true transformation. So how can you design a strategy that maximises business value, hits compliance on the head and overcomes barriers to adoption? This stream will answer these questions as well as how you can take control of your cloud environments using software, automation, policy and people.
Following on from our first round of rigorous industry research, we are delighted to present our new streams for 2020:
APPLICATION MANAGEMENT, DEVELOPMENT & MODERNISATION
Legacy applications can only hinder a business in meeting its needs so an upgrade is a high priority. Exploring DevOps methodology, microservices and PaaS, what is needed to modernise the application estate and develop a new suite of applications? Where do the challenges lie? And how does this impact application management and having visibility over performance? These issues and many more will be discussed including a focus on the latest tools and platforms to support this.
CLOUD NATIVE, CONTAINERS AND MICROSERVICES
DEVELOPMENT & EVOLUTION OF THE CHANNEL
Investment in the channel is growing as competition for enterprise clients gets tougher for hyperscale providers. Channel partners are evermore important with organisations increasingly opting for multi cloud and hybrid environments. As providers start raising the maturity of their model, this stream will consider how partners can secure that additional investment, differentiate their offering, market themselves and build trust with the hyperscalers.
NEW TRENDS: AIOPS, ML AND DATAOPS
This stream is all about the latest trends, tools and myth debunking. It will consider the latest use cases of AIOps and the unique challenges when compared to AL and ML. Also, learn all things DataOps, from organisations that have increased revenue, driven efficiencies and customer experience as well as faced hurdles in data quality. Join us to see what will be next on your DevOps to-do list and how to navigate the current trends.
The next decade’s needs: Next gen infrastructure. Major changes will continue to disrupt existing businesses and systems. These will require continuous adaptations to backbone infrastructure, particularly existing networks, and to how collaboration tools are designed and implemented.This stream aims to discuss how to develop a system of infrastructure platforms, in a cost effective and secure manner, that meet the higher demand, speed of data, and continuously evolving needs of the business.