CEE18

I’m writing this while hurtling down the east coast of the UK in a train at 125mph en route to #CEE18 CloudExpo Europe 2018. Very excited, and here’s why!

I’m representing Cloudsoft and talking about our Rx3 solution that will migrate, run and evolve business applications in the cloud.

We are working hard to democratize our cloud capabilities to a wider UK market and a key part of that is working with IDE Group as a leading UK partner.

Hey YOU! Are you at #CEE18? Get in touch with the form at the bottom of this post so we can meet up and talk applications, cloud, security, costs, operations 🙂

We are doing two key pieces at CloudExpo:

  • The Interview: Jay Bradley of IDE Group interviews Steve Chambers of Cloudsoft on cloud experiences.
  • The Show: Steve Chambers will be on Compare the Cloud’s DisruptLIVE show. This will be a fun 15 minutes of putting the cloud world to rights!

The Interview: Migrating to the public cloud: how to achieve a positive outcome

Come and join us! 21-Mar-2018   Agile Networks (SDN & NFV) Theatre
Businesses migrating to the public cloud need to avoid a range of pitfalls, wrong turns and dead-ends. If successfully navigated, their cloud experience will be less expensive, availability will be improved and they will be able to take all the opportunities presented by hyperscale public cloud pioneers like AWS and Azure.

Session host, Jay Bradley of IDE Group, will interview Steve Chambers, COO of Cloudsoft, who has a wealth of experience “doing public cloud” for companies large and small.

With a focus on aligning technology to business outcomes, Jay will question Steve about what to aim for and what to watch out for when migrating to the cloud, running applications in the cloud, and the important, but often missed, the evolution of applications to exploit cloud innovation.

The Show: Jez Black interviews Steve Chambers on putting the cloud world to rights

Let’s meet at #CEE18!

Get in touch and let’s talk applications, costs, security and operations in the cloud.

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