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EST: 11:00 a.m. | PST: 8:00 a.m. | GMT: 16:00 Addressing software as a service (SaaS) change management is ranked among the top five SaaS challenges for technical professionals. Current software change management strategies are unsuitable for SaaS solutions as changes are typically rapid and inconsistent. New change management strategies need to be formed specifically for a SaaS portfolio and take into account that the majority of changes will be pushed and controlled by the SaaS provider, not IT. This webinar will discuss the Gartner agile and risk-oriented approach that enables IT to perform SaaS change management focusing only on the upcoming changes that may disrupt the business and impact enterprise users.
EST: 10:00 a.m. | PST: 7:00 a.m. | GMT: 15:00 Edge computing represents an emerging topology-based computing model that enables and optimizes extreme decentralization, placing nodes as close as possible to the sources and sinks of data and content. As a decentralized approach, it is a perfect complement to the hyperscale cloud providers' tendency towards centralization, where they take advantage of huge economies of scale. The risk for enterprises is designing and implementing next generation networks, systems, and applications, but ignoring the possibilities of deploying at the edge, and ignoring decentralized benefits in favor of a centralized data center or hyperscale cloud provider model only. Join this webinar to get a better understanding of edge computing and how your organization can leverage it while avoiding risks.
Controlling and optimizing IT costs is critical to achieve a more modern and digital IT environment. In this webinar, we'll review the key factors required to assess and manage cloud costs. We'll explore a process of optimization from the earliest assessment of workload suitability for cloud, through migration of the application, to operations. This session will cover the opportunities to use cloud computing as a means to optimize legacy IT processes and workloads, while establishing a cost-effective environment for future innovations.
Cloud computing, in its many forms, has become an integral part of IT. Even after over 10 years of cloud hype, confusion is still rampant. This webinar explores best practices to help IT leaders, CIOs and IT professionals develop strategies to take advantage of cloud as they shift to digital business.
Cloud is no longer an "if" but a "how" for most organizations. Many organizations recognize they will need to adopt cloud services from multiple service providers to remain competitive, but face prioritization quandaries and technical hurdles along the way. In this webinar, we discuss how to build a solution path for public cloud adoption within your business.
ON-DEMAND VIDEO FROM GARTNER SYMPOSIUM/ITEXPO 2017 The cloud phenomenon continues to grow. As many companies have moved to a cloud first position, many others are finding they need advice in structuring their overall cloud journey. This presentation will describe the state of cloud computing, major strategy elements and will explore some tactics critical to driving cloud success.
Most traditional IT organizations have existing data centers that need continued support while cloud technologies are adopted. Organizations will increasingly live in a hybrid world with some applications in the public cloud and others in data centers. Gartner sees a hybrid IT world emerging in four distinct deployment scenarios, which we review in this session.
All IT markets are directly or indirectly disrupted by Cloud Services. Gartner predicts that through 2020 the Cloud shift will grow to $216 Billion. The magnitude of the cloud shift varies by market segment and geographic region. With this shift, incumbent infrastructure providers are exploring ways to defend their traditional business model. In this session, we'll provide Business Unit leaders at IT providers guidance on how they can benefit from the cloud shift in emerging markets.