ITWeb is combining its cloud and data centre events and bringing in DevOps, to bring delegates one mega-event: ‘ITWeb Cloud, Data Centre & DevOps 2020', themed: ‘Setting future innovation in motion’.
The one-day event will feature three tracks, data centre, cloud and DevOps, and
will focus on a wide range of hot topics, including hyper-scale data centres;
multi-cloud; public, private and hybrid cloud and cloud infrastructure;
everything as a service; cloud security and compliance; privacy and data
management; data ownership; access control; agile working methodologies and
containers; big data analytics; SecDevOps; and many more.
Track one – Data
The data centre remains the heart of any business. It is critical to the delivery of IT services, connecting and providing storage for a growing number of devices, users and workloads, which are producing more data than ever before. The modern, heterogeneous data centre has changed significantly from what it was a few years ago in technology advancements, complexity and scale.
Track two –
In the next few years, cloud computing is set to experience profound advancement and change. Alongside the big cloud computing and storage providers, there’s the IOT, AI and the edge, and we can expect to see an increase in the number of vendors offering tailored cloud services, allowing organisations to harness cloud capabilities for particular workloads that would normally require purpose-built applications. Security will remain a major challenge, and the types of cloud we see today, private, public, multi and hybrid will continue to be split into myriad cloud categories.
Track three –
DevOps has been redefined over the past two years, and its value and benefits are finally being recognised. Its ability to boost an organisation’s competitive edge and enhance its offerings means it’s being viewed as a panacea by IT leaders who are tasked with shortening the systems development life cycle while delivering features, fixes, and updates timeously. And it goes without saying that these all need to align with the business objectives. For CIOs who want to improve the efficiency of their systems and drive innovation, DevOps, and the speed, agility and economies of scale it brings, is no longer a case of ‘if’ but ‘how’.
Attendance to this is free to end-users, click here to find out if you qualify!
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