You can migrate your virtualized environment to the cloud—but your cloud services will only be successful if they meet the needs of the business and are deployed in a repeatable, reliable way.
In part 2 of this series, you'll learn how to design cloud services that enable self-service deployment of IT resources and create unique advantages for your business. We'll look at ways to simplify your computing environment and deploy processes so that the right things can be built the right way—easily and consistently. By the end of this webinar, you'll know how to:
- Design cloud services that create competitive advantage
- Specify and certify templates and their associated deployment policies
- Enable one-touch self-service ordering using a service catalog
- Create an integrated and repeatable approach for building and deploying workloads across multiple environments (physical, virtual, and cloud)
Registrants will receive a link to the on-demand recording after the live event and a corresponding whitepaper for part 2 of the From virtualization to cloud series. See additional webinars in this series.Speakers:Kurt Milne, Managing Director, IT Process Institute
Kurt Milne, co-author of the book Visible Ops Private Cloud: From virtualization to private cloud in 4 practical steps,
has over 20 years experience in various engineering, marketing, and alliance management positions at leading technology companies such as Hewlett-Packard and BMC Software. He has led six major research studies of various aspects of IT governance and datacenter management.Erich Morisse, Product Manager, Red Hat
Erich Morisse is the North American Product Manager for Red Hat's Cloud Business Unit. He first earned his RHCE in 2003 while working as a Red Hat Solutions Architect for Wall Street accounts on the cutting edge of Open Source technology adoption. He has gone on to run the Solutions Architect teams for Financial Services, Systems Management, and the Eastern US territory. He's currently responsible for aligning customer and product vision across the Red Hat Cloud solution portfolio. He holds an MBA from Columbia University, and a BA in Computer Science from Drew University.