Watch online: How data architecture drives cloud transformation in the enterprise

Join us and Qumulo next month to explore and discuss digital strategy to data practicality

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Webcast Let’s keep this simple. You’re looking to move to the cloud because you know just how powerful the model can be. You’ve seen what's possible when you harness the wealth of data now available to your applications. You’re looking to deliver on your digital transformation goals, respond to new business opportunities, and disrupt your entire market.

Yes, you want it all, and why not? And what is more, you know just how important it is to put all the pieces in place. From the customer experience all the way down the application stack to the underlying architecture, you need to collate, manage, and process data. Get these elements right and you will win; get them wrong and you will create bottlenecks and slow down your success.

In this webcast, brought to you by Qumulo and broadcast on November 21, we’re going to go from strategy to practicality, and principles to specifics, by looking at the challenges of application and file system migration. We will answer questions including: how can you deliver a cloud-based solution with the same file permissions, without refactoring? And can AWS S3 deliver on your application I/O needs? We’ll cover:

  • Defining the cloud transformation dream: the benefits of delivering comprehensive cloud-based models that incorporate data management from top to bottom.
  • Data-related opportunities and challenges: how file systems and data management are enabling or creating challenges that slow the innovation opportunity.
  • Defining a sustainable solution: what kind of architecture can deliver on the dream, both from the outset and in future years.
  • Building on experience, lessons learned, such as the importance of assuring data quality, and how the story goes both ways, with multi-cloud complementing on-premises expertise and bespoke solutions.

We’re aiming at organisations that are in it to win it. Register right here and find out how it is done.


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