Patrick Quesnel, Microsoft | Geraldine Kor, Telstra | Simon Lewry, Telstra Purple | Mac Lewis, Equinix
With challenges persisting in the short term, all organizations will struggle with application modernization and data integration through cloud silos through 2022*. To improve enterprise resiliency, businesses need to ensure secured and direct connectivity to their distributed cloud-centric digital infrastructure, cloud providers, and data sources across the industry ecosystem. Also critical is having an IT environment that can help minimize system integration risks across different cloud types, support applications, data-using containers, and cloud-native technologies. Join us in this session as experts from Telstra, Microsoft and Equinix share and discuss why having a future-ready cloud architecture is at the core of building long-term enterprise resilience to support interconnectivity, interoperability, and integration.
*IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Cloud 2021 Predictions — Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) Implications
This session is presented by:
- Patrick Quesnel, Microsoft Azure Infrastructure & Hybrid Product Marketing Lead, APAC, Microsoft
- Geraldine Kor, Managing Director, South Asia, Telstra
- Simon Lewry, Head of Services, Asia, Telstra Purple
- Mac Lewis, Director of Asia-Pacific Strategic Alliances, Equinix