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How Open Source Supports the Critical Service Provider Role in Cloud

Enterprises of all kinds recognize digital transformation as a driving force behind change in their operations, and cloud technology as key to that transformation. The use of cloud by enterprises varies widely in its form and application, however there are broad commonalities that help to define the critical role played by service providers in cloud execution.
• Most businesses expect to use a hybrid combination of hyperscale public cloud services and internal private cloud resources.
• Most businesses are seeking some combination of the same benefits – to agility, to performance, to operating costs and often to information security.
• Open source tools are critical parts of both the cloud architecture (operating systems, cloud orchestration, container management), and key cloud-enabled applications (database, AI and machine learning, IOT, and more).
Achieving the intended benefits of cloud requires a whole new set of technical skills, and accessing those skills creates a critical bottleneck for implementation, as well as an important role for cloud service providers in the implementation and operation of cloud. Using syndicated research from 451 Research (a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence) as well as custom research conducted in partnership with Red Hat, this webinar will look at the opportunity for service providers in supporting enterprise cloud adoption, and how partnership with open source technology vendors can reinforce and support that role.
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