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Deploying enterprise application to Hybrid Cloud – Which cloud? Where?

In this session, we’ll discuss considerations for selecting the ideal location to run enterprise applications in a cloud, and how to optimise deployment.
• Selecting the best deployment model today and as you grow
• Locating the cloud to optimize delivery and costs
• Meeting the application service requirements
• Managed or Unmanaged?
• Maintaining flexibility as the application changes in a lean world
Recorded Apr 18 2017 30 mins
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Kevin Leahy, Senior Vice President, Data Centre Business Unit, & Frank Lacomba, Principal Product Architect, Dimension Data
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